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From the office of 
RUTH E. DAVIS 

Supervisor of Training 




PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE 

Though the whole world is staggered by a profound concern for the future of our 
civilization, there must be somewhere a center of calm and assurance. That center can 
be found only in the mind and in the heart. 

The fear of war must give place to a deepened confidence in the good that still 
exists in human nature and in the will of the great majority of human beings everywhere 
that there shall be peace on earth. 

The supreme requirement of the hour is a dynamic leadership of youth, clear of 
mind and clean of heart, dedicated to the cause of peace through the education of all 
of the children of all of the people in freedom, and in the fellowship of God and of 
all men. 

The fate of civilization rests in the hands of those who teach. At no time in our 
history has the responsibility of the teacher been greater for the preservation of these 
ideals of civilization which we cherish. 

May your leadership contribute to the perpetuation of these ideals! 

May you know and experience the joys and blessings of success in the years to come! 




DEDICATION 



A dedication is a serious undertaking; and we, the Class of 1950, wish to be sincere 
when we make our dedication to world freedom. 



Freedom from oppression seems to have no meaning in the world of today. It is a 
term we read about, only a hope in the hearts of men, a memory for none. 

In our four years at college we have studied the economic, geographic, scientific, 
and social aspects of the world. This has placed an enormous responsibility on our 
shoulders. We have been freed from the ignorance that blinds those who work know- 
ingly and unknowingly to destroy freedom. 

As teachers, as leaders, it is our solemn duty to lead our fellow men. Maybe we 
can start one infinitesimal fire of freedom somewhere— a fire that can be fanned to a 
blaze strong enough for the entire world to feel its heat! 

We realize that this will not be an easy task, but we accept it as a challenge. 




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COLLEGE FACULTY 

John J. Kelly, Gates House, Bridgewater President 

Joseph I. Arnold, 24 Grove Street, Bridgewater History, Government 

Mary I. Caldwell, 193 Summer Street, Bridgewater Physical Education 

Julia C. Carter, 49 South Street, Bridgewater Library Science 

Mary Courts (Mrs.), 26 Leland Road, Brookline Physical Education 

Mary M. Crowley, 222 Summer Street, Bridgewater Supervisor of Art 

Ruth E. Davis, 318 Summer Street, Bridgewater Director of Training 

John L. Davoren, 59 Bedford Street, Bridgewater Literature 

Lois L. Decker, 21 Church Street, Bridgewater Physical Education 

George H. Durgin, 68 Shaw Road, Bridgewater Mathematics, Economics 

Charles E. Foth, 64 Rowayne Park, Bridgewater History 

Edith B. Frost (Mrs.), 77 Freeman Street, Auburndale Languages 

E. Irene Graves, 237 Summer Street, Bridgewater Biological Sciences 

D. Francis Harrigan, 2 Margaret Road, Peabody Penmanship 

Paul HufFington, 173 Pleasant Street, Bridgewater Geography, Geology 

T. Leonard Kelly, 43 Belcher Avenue, Brockton Chemistry, Physical Science 

Eleanor L. Kendall, 5 Jackson Street, Beverly Art 

Olive H. Lovett, 36 Shaw Road, Bridgewater Composition 

Ruth I. Low, 56 Bennett Street, Wakefield Composition, Speech, Reading 

Iva V. Lutz, 92 Bedford Street, Bridgewater Education, Psychology 

Clement C. Maxwell, 11 State Street, Taunton Literature, Sociology 

Charles B. McMullen, Centerville Estate, Hyannisport Psychology, Education 

Frederick A. Meier, 28 Stetson Street, Whitman Dean of Men, Biology 

Sally Merrow, 74 Beacon Street, Hyde Park Physical Education 

* Mary J. Moriarty, 57 Spring Hill Avenue, Bridgewater Physical Education 

S. Elizabeth Pope, 15 Spring Hill Avenue, Bridgewater Dean of Women 

Freida Rand, 37 Church Street, Bridgewater Supervisor of Music 

Robert W. Rucker, 39 Pleasant Street, Bridgewater Geography, Psychology 

Edward Swenson, 34 Church Street, Bridgewater Physical Education 

Balfour S. Tyndall, 17 Hillberg Avenue, Brockton Physics, Physical Science 

TRAINING SCHOOL FACULTY 

* Evelyn R. Lindquist, 140 Maple Avenue, Bridgewater Principal 

Charlotte M. Thompson, 25 Grove Street, Bridgewater Acting Principal 

Gladys L. Allen, 38 South Street, Bridgewater Grade 2 

Louise M. Borchers, 15 Clarence Avenue, Bridgewater Grade 5 

Janet Broadbent, 12 Maple Avenue, Bridgewater Grade 1 

Elizabeth M. Higgins (Mrs.), 49 South Street, Bridgewater Grade 4 

Elizabeth Hollis, 25 Bates Avenue, South Weymouth Grade 3 

Helen Hulsman, 799 Montello Street, Brockton Grade 6 

Mary L. Marks, 37 Church Street, Bridgewater ..Kindergarten 

Barbara Poe'Sepp (Mrs.), 69 Spring Hill Avenue, Bridgewater Grade 3 

Florence Raymond (Mrs.), 318 Summer Street, Bridgewater Grade 6 

Gertrude M. Rogers, 49 South Street, Bridgewater Grade 1 

Helen E. Sleeper, 37 Church Street, Bridgewater Grade 4 

Doris Sprague, 464 High Street, Bridgewater Grade 5 

Dorothy Sherman, Turnpike Street, Eastondale Grade 2 

* 1949-1950 Sabbatical Leave of Absence 





SPLENDOR 



ALMA MATER 



Within thy life we grew; 
The task you set we knew; 
To burn thy beacon bright 
Where fall the rays of right. 

Chorus 

O Alma Mater, thy children striy< 
To keep thy faith alive; 

O Alma Mater, we sing for thee 
This song of loyalty. 

O Alma Mater, thy voice alone 
Will guide in paths unknown. 

Within thy life we sang 
Of love and peace that rang 
Throughout thy sounding halls, 
Now memories in thy walls. 

Beyond thy life we raise 
Thy worthy name in praise; 
Where e'er we chance to be; 
We honor B. T. C. 




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1133 Pleasant Street 



DILLA J. ADAMS 



Elementary 



Bridgewater 



Sensitive with a magnetic personality . . . fragile, enchanting, and 
wistful . . . has an off-campus interest in dramatics . . . mellifluent 
speaking voice ... an abundance of aplomb. 

Basketball, 1, 2; Volleyball Director, 2; S. C. A. Board, 3. 



Box 97 



WILLARD B. ALDEN 



History 



Harding 



His joviality is expressed by the heartiest of laughs . . . draws heavily 
on long afternoon naps ... a pizza lover . . . charter member of the 
print-shop set ... a past master at paper-cutting. 

Student Fellowship, 7, 2, 3, A (Sec.-Treas. 2, Vice-Pres. A); Young 
Howard, 1,2, 3, A; Soccer Manager, 2; Men's Club Treas., 3. 





9 Washington Street 



CHRISTINE AXFORD 



Elementary 



Plymouth 



Fair, delicate mien . . . radiates rhythmic grace . . . dependable . . . 
cheerful and energetic . . . music passes the idle hours. 

Sfudenf Fellowship, 1,2,3, A; Upper Elementary Club, 2, 3, A (Pres..3); 
W. A. A. Bowling Director, 3; Glee Club, A. 



Dudley Hill 



BARBARA M. BAIR 



Elementary 



Dudley 



Lithely tall ... a phlegmatic temperament . . . sparkling brown eyes 
. . . says little, but when she does speak she is usually worth listening to. 

Student Fellowship, 1,2,3, A; Upper Elementary Club, 2, 3, A; Kinder- 
garten-Primary, 3, A; Red Cross, 3, A. 



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24 Everett Street 



PRISCILLA M. BAKER 



Physical Education 



Lynn 



Carefree with plenty of bounce . . . would-be winner of the late-to-class 
certificate ... a square dance zealot . . . has a huge repertoire of 
dormitory songs. 

French Club, 7, 2; Newman Club, 1, 2, 4; W. A. A. Board, 2, 3. 



18 Davis Road 



ALAN E. BATES 



English 



South Weymouth 



A knitted brow that accentuates his good looks ... a sporadic sense 
of humor ... a sweater boy . . . the girls claim that he is elusive. 

Dramatic Club, 1, 2; Baseball, 2; Student Fellowship, 3, 4. 



450 Main Street 



JANET BEATON 



History 



Wareham 



Cornflower blonde with china-blue eyes ... a Campus Comment Office 
habitue . . . friendly and capable ... an air of composure with a dash 
of sophistication. 

W. A. A., 7, 2, 3, 4; Class Secretary, 3, 4. 



2303 Turnpike Street 



CAROL P. BERRY 



Social Studies 



North Andover 



Combines free and easy style with a gentle sense of humor . . . dimples 
appear when she smiles . . . statistics are her weakness . . . radiates 
likeability and cheerfulness. 

Library Club, 7; Glee Club, 7, 2; W. A. A., 1,2,3, 4. 



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195 Riverneck Road 



TERESA L. BISHOP 



English 



Chelmsford 



Eyes that could stare a shark out of countenance ... an unsolved 
problem in the math courses she delights in ... is at the age of cynicism 
... a friendly, sincere personality. 

Orchestra, I; Glee Club, 1,2,3, 4; Newman Club, 1,2, 3, 4; Tilling- 
hast House Board, 3; Dormitory Council, 3. 



29 Crapo Street 



FREDERICK R. BODWICZ 



Geography 



Bridgewater 



Top-drawer musician with a mercurial temperament and an insatiable 
lust for life ... a vigorous sense of humor . . . wears his hair clipped 
en brosse. 

Young Howard, 1, 2, 3, 4; Campus Comment, 2, 3. 



28 Shaw Street 



ROBERTA ANN BRANDT 



Elementary 



North Weymouth 



Combines the fragility and beauty of Dresden china with the zest of 
youth . . . engagingly provocative . . . life is always more lively within 
the scope of her personality. 

(Transferred from North Adams); Day Student Organization, 3, 4; 
W. A. A., 3,4. 





130 Bedford Street 



JOHN J. CALLANAN 



History 



New Bedford 



A good catch for an ambitious wife . . . quiet, amiable, and efficient 
... a methodical idealist ... a definite talent for the humorous lecture. 

Young Howard, 1 ,2, 3, 4; Newman Club, 4. 



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45 Carroth Street 



STERLING C. CAMPBELL 



Social Studies 



Dorchester 



A nautilus-like mind ... an expansive smile ... a worthy, integral part 
of the A Cappella group ... a fresh and unspoiled attitude. 

Phillips Brooks Club Vice-Pres., 7, 2; Student Fellowship, 1, 2, 4; 
A Cappella, 1,2,4. 





66 Perkins Street 



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MARGARET S. CASSIDY 



Physical Education 



Jamaica Plain 



Known to close associates as "Mighty Mouse" ... a knittin' kitten . 
reserved, neat ... an expressive face . . . diminutive in size only. 

Class Treas., 7; W. A. A. Board, 4. 



518 Coggeshall Street 



ADELA CEBULA 



History 



New Bedford 



Sensitively earnest ... a popular and competent leader ... a skill for 
dealing sagaciously with facts . . . compatibly pleasant and cheerful. 

Newman Club, 7, 2, 3, 4; S. C. A. Secretary, 4; Camera Club, 3. 



98 Palmer Street 



MARIE A. CIAMPA 



Elementary 



Arlington 



Slender and soft-spoken . . . plays the piano and sings purely for her 
own amusement- . . . her favorite recreation is bowling. 

Newman Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Kindergarten-Primary, 7, 2, 3, 4 (1st Vice- 
Pres. 4); Glee Club, 2, 3, 4. 



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63 Plymouth Street 



MARILYN C. CLARK 



Elementary 



North Abington 



Bantam-sized bundle of vigor . . . flits around with the energy of a 
skylark . . . known to intimates as "Marny" ... a captivating cutie 
who can be intriguing. 

Newman Club, 1,2,3, 4; W. A. A., 1,2,3, 4. 



96 Warren Avenue 



WARREN S. COOKE 



History 



Medford 



Nervously energetic ... a deep, bass voice made to order for har- 
monizing and sergeanting in the National Guard . . . likes to have 
the last word . . . nickname is "Cookie." 

Dramafic Club, 1,2,3, 4; Young Howard, 1,2,3, 4; Soccer, 2, 3, 4 
(Asst. Manager 1). 



THERESA M. CORCORAN 
2 Woodward Park Street 

Physical Education 



Dorchester 



A pigtail advocate . . . has a flaming pride in her Irish blood ... a 
dazzling smile though seldom seen ... a detective-novel fan . . . alert 
and slightly pessimistic. 

Newman Club, 1,2,3,4 (Sec. 2, 3); Campus Comment, 2, 3, 4; Wood- 
ward House Pres., 4. 



373 Main Street 



MARY T. CORREIA 



Elementary 



North Easton 



The girl most likely to blush . . . Kay Francis eyes ... a delicate oval 
face . . . brown hair with bangs . . . reserved in the classroom. 

Newman Club, 1,2,3, 4; Day Students Organization, 1,2,3, 4. 



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ANTONE R. COSTA 



Box 44, Somerset Avenue 



North Dighton 



History 



A transfer from the University of Hawaii ., . . has a pilot's license 
dark and handsome . . . enterprising and dependable. 

Young Howard, 3, 4; Newman Club, 4. 



32 High Street 



PAULINE COUTAVAS 



Math-Science 



Haverhill 



A paragon of perseverance . . . good-natured, wholesome ... a 
voluble and genial talker with a slightly husky voice ... a diligent 
student. 

Upper Elementary Club, 3, 4; Student Fellowship, 1, 2, 3, 4; Science 
Club, 2; French Club, 2; Phillips Brooks Club, 3; Red Cross Unit, 4. 





29 Lewis Avenue 



WALTER G. CREEDON 



English 



Arlington 



Sententious expression permeated by whimsicality . . . has cut a niche 
for himself as an entertainer . . . has a temper with a short fuse ... a 
good-looking specimen of manhood. 

Young Howard, 1,2, 4; Tennis, 4. 



15 Columbia Street 



THEODORE E. CROCKER 



Math-Science 



Brockton 



Fair-haired, fair-skinned ... a nervous vitality ... an exceptional 
student . . . won the Kappa Delta Pi Scholarship Award ... a brisk, 
alert sense of humor ... a fine accordian player. 

Soccer, J; Baseball, 7; Kappa Delta Pi, 3, 4. 



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15 Trescott Street 



DENISE F. CUMMINGS 



History 



Dorchester 



Stately and reserved . . . better known outside college circles . . . 
exercises practical good judgment . . . consistently pensive . . . con- 
spicuously outstanding in the desire to be conservative. 

Elementary, 2, 4; Dormitory Council, 4; Woodward House Board Treas- 
urer, 4; Kindergarten-Primary Club, 4. 



125 Parker Street 



JOYCE M. DAWSON 



History 



Lowell 



Strawberry blonde . . . the observed of all observers . . . graceful and 
composed ... a sunny disposition . . . maintains a majestic mien. 

Phillips Brooks Club, 1, 2, 3 (Sec. 2; Vice-Pres. 3); Student Fellowship, 
1, 2,3, 4; Upper Elementary, 4; Chairwoman of Listening Room, 4. 





42 Field Street 



THOMAS C. DEVINE 
Social Studies 






Brockton 



Husky answer to a maiden's prayer . . . dramatically inclined . . . 
places his desire for an education above all else . . . bristle-like Har- 
vard cut only adds to his masculinity. 

Class Treasurer, 7; Baseball, 7; Dramatic Club, 1,2,4 (Treas. 2); Alpha 
Psi Omega, 2, 4. 



51 Ronald Road 



PAUL G. DICKIE 



Math-Science 



Arlington 



A mature, analytical mind ... a clear, pleasing tenor voice ... a 
stickler for accuracy ... a pipe smoker . . . will be remembered for 
excellent work in the A Cappella group. 

Soccer, 7; A Cappella, I, 2, 3, 4; Men's Club Vice-Pres., 4. 
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22 Janvrin Avenue 



MALCOLM A. DILLON 



History 



Revere 



The most aggressive of the 1950 vintage . . . decidedly masculine . . . 
one of the dining-hall outlaws . . . has a naked dislike for sentiment. 

Basketball, 1, 2, 3; Baseball, 1,2,3. 



726 Washington Street 



JOAN DOHERTY 



Elementary 



Taunton 



Has a distinctly humane outlook on life ... a wide, radiant smile . . . 
a sports lover . . . avocation is sleeping . . . has unlimited leadership 
capacities. 

Newman Club, 1,2, 3, 4; Tillinghast House Board, 1,2, 3, A fSec. 3, 
Pres. 4); Dormitory Council, 1,2,3, 4; Upper Elementary, 2, 3, 4 (Vice- 
Pres. 3); Red Cross Unit, 2, 3, 4. 



Keith Avenue 



ELAINE M. DOUCETTE 



Physical Education 



Lakeville 



A physical education major who likes to wrestle ... a female Robin 
Hood with a bow and arrow ... a wide, sunny smile backed up by 
infectious laughter. 

Newman Club, 1,2,3, 4; W. A. A. Board, 2, 3, 4. 



4 Beaver Dam Road 



JOSEPH C. DRISCOLL 



Social Studies 



Scituate 



Tall and lanky . . . boyish grin . . . one of the most popular leaders in 
the college . . . happily married . . . mature and decisive. 

Class Pres., 1, 2; Newman Club, 1, 2, 4; Young Howard, 1, 2, 4; 
S. C. A. Pres., 4. 



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74 East Street 



ROBERT E. DRISCOLL 
Social Studies 



North Abington 



Fresh, boyish appearance ... a smile that would melt the most formid- 
able glacier ... a soothing antidote for the blues ... a diligent and 
faithful worker . . . especially popular among the print-shop set. 

Baseball Manager, 1; Asst. Basketball Manager, 1, 2; Newman Club, 
1,2,3,4 (Pres. 4); Dramatic Club, 1,2,3, 4; Young Howard, 1,2,3, 4; 
Men's Club, 2, 3 (Sec.-Treas. 2, Vice-Pres. 3). 



49 Riverside Avenue 



PAUL L. DUBE 



Math-Science 









Quincy 



An unruly crest of fair hair ... an explosive laugh . . . one of the 
commuters ... a charter member of the print-shop discussion group 
... a live wire on the classroom circuit. 

(Transferred from North Adams); Men's Club, 3, 4; S. C. A., 3, 4. 



25 Bunker Avenue 



LOTTIE A. DUMORACKI 



Elementary 



Brockton 



Taffy-colored hair combined with a conscientious manner . . . slow to 
anger . . . cheerfully companionable ... an active member of the 
No Trumps Bridge Club. 

Swimming, 1; Tennis, 1; Field Hockey, ?; Softball, 1, 2; Basketball, 
1, 2, 3; Volleyball, 1, 2, 3; Newman Club, 1,2,3, 4; Hiking, 2. 





240 Randolph Street 



DOROTHY A. FEKKES 



Elementary 



South Weymouth 



An indefatigable committee member with a vibrant sense of humor . . . 
seldom to be seen without Marilyn and Carolyn . . . has a happy phil- 
osophy of life. 

Glee Club, 1,2,3, 4 (Librarian 2); Dormitory Council, 4. 



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59 Park Street 



ELEANOR M. FINN 



English 



North Andover 



Practical and unobtrusive ... a practiced reticence ... a student, and 
the term is not used loosely . . . painstakingly accurate in her work 
. . . bound to succeed. 

Library Club, 1; Newman Club, 1,2, 3, 4; Upper Elemenfary, 2, 3. 








468 Walnut Street 



ROBERT W. FIRING 



English 



West Bridgewater 



Good-looking, dark, and unassuming ... a modest musician who plays 
the piano and sings as well . . . likes novels packed with action . . . 
an aesthetic athlete. 

Baseball, I, 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; A Cappella, 1,2,3, 4; 
Men's Club Sec, 3; Young Howard, 2, 3, 4; Basketball, 3, 4; Student 
Fellowship, 3, 4. 



49 Danbury Road 



MARJORIE E. FISKE 



Elementary 



South Weymouth 



A sensitive face that proves an understanding heart . . . has an ideal- 
istic philosophy of life . . . delicately discriminative ... a brunette with 
naturally curly hair. 

Newman Club, 1,2,3, 4; Asst. Treas. of Day Students, 2. 



83 Oakton Avenue 



MARILYN A. FITZGERALD 



Physical Education 



Dorchester 



The youngest sportswoman in the class . . . plays the trumpet . . . black 
hair which sharply outlines strong facial characteristics. 

Newman Club, 1,2,3, 4; Orchestra, 1,2,3, 4; W. A. A. Director, 2, 3; 
W. A. A. Vice-Pres., 4; S. C. A., 4. 



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93 High Naith Road 



ANNE B. FITZMAURICE 



Physical Education 



Arlington 



Sails, skiis, skates, and swims . . . one-time enthusiast in the now defunct 
Pyramid Club . . . her latest interest centers around Canasta. 

Newman Club, 1,2, 3, 4; W. A. A. Board, 4. 



RICHARD C. FLEMMING 









566 Somerset Avenue 



Taunton 



History 



The Paul Bunyan of the class ... a basso profundo . . . possessor of a 
wedding band ... a concertina player . . . rugged features ... un- 
assuming and likeable. 

Soccer, 7; A Cappella, 3, 4. 



2211 South Main Street 



MARY E. FLYNN 



History 



Fall River 



Cool and deliberate ... a firm, unbending will mellowed by a heart 
of gold . . . analytically minded ... a fair but caustic critic ... an 
impressive observer . . . her skillful repartee enlivens any discussion. 

W.A.A., 1,2,3,4. 



Twin Cedars 



JAMES W. FOX 



English 



Halifax 



Gentleman of distinction . . . tactful and diplomatic . . . unlimited 
potentialities ... a suggestion of boyishness beneath his polished 
exterior ... a twinkling countenance. 

Dramatic Club, 1, 2, 4; Young Howard, 1 , 2, 4 (Co-Director 2, 4); 
M. A. A. Vice-Pres., 2; Men's Club Pres., 2, 4; Bookstore Student 
Manager, 2, 4. 

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314 Nahatan Street 



CLAIRE V. FYFE 



French 



Norwood 



Usually as quiet as a mouse ... if taciturnity were a university, she'd 
be president . . . petite and fragile ... a winning smile ... a close 
friend of Gilda's. 

W.A. A., 1,2,3,4. 



188 Spring Street 



MARGARET A. GAUDETTE 



Elementary 



Hanson 



Demands earnestness of thought and endeavor ... a serene coun- 
tenance . . . invariably dresses in good taste . . . manages a politely 
aloof attitude. 

Basketball, 1, 2; Field Hockey, 1, 2; Softball, I, 2; Bowling, 1, 2; Volley- 
ball, 1, 2, 3; Newman Club, 1,2,3,4. 





17 West Forrest Street 



MARION T. GILDEA 



History 



Lowell 



Alias Gilda . . . better known to a chosen few . . . masquerades as a 
misanthropist . . . has a radiant smile although rarely seen ... a 
realist with a distinctive charm. 

W.A. A. 1,2,3,4. 



47 Churchill Avenue 



BETTY GODWIN 



History 



Brockton 



An alert blonde with a forceful personality ... an experienced teacher 
... a likeable smile . . . can invariably be counted on for recitations. 

W.A. A., 1,2, 3, 4. 



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JEAN M. GRANT 
1202 Commonwealth Avenue 

Math-Science 



Allston 



A math-science major with sophistication and poise ... a talented 
member of the Modern Dance Club ... a sportswoman ... a razor- 
keen mind. 

Student Fellowship, 1, 2, 3; Modern Dance Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; W. A. A. 
Board, 2, 3, 4 (Asst. Treos. 2, Treas. 3, Activities Director 4); Camera 
Club, 3, 4. 



554 Durfee Street 



MARGARET E. GRAY 



English 



Fall River 



An inexhaustible curiosity ... a voluble contributor to classroom dis- 
cussion . . . feminine and straightforward . . . changes her mind oftener 
than a chameleon does its colors . . . has boundless interests. 

Orchestra, I, 2, 3, (Librarian 3); Red Cross Unit, 2, 3, 4; Newman 
Club, h 2, 3, 4. 





1 8 Grosvenor Street 



ISRAEL GREENBERG 



Social Studies 



Springfield 



Our Izzy . . . actor, answerman, and sports enthusiast . . . his initials 
I. G. should stand for "industrious go-getter" ... is possessor of an 
enviable physique . . . will undoubtedly be successful. 

Soccer, 7; Basketball, J; Dramatic Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Menorah Club, 
1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club Pres., 2; Men's Club Vice-Pres., 2; Young 
Howard, I, 2, 4; Student Fellowship, 2, 3; Campus Comment Sports 
Editor, 2, 3; Alpha Psi Omega, 2, 3, 4; Alpha, 2, 3, 4 (Editor-in-Chief 
4); Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4 (Vice-Pres. 4). 



180 Walpole Street 



BARBARA A. GULLICH 



French 



Norwood 



A predisposition for the wisecrack ... a loyal companion . . . sparkling 
smile . . . has that never-in-a-hurry disposition . . . has a pessimism that 
carefully guards her idealism. 

Student Fellowship, 1, 2, 3; French Club, 2, 3, 4; Red Cross Unit, 3, 4 
(Vice-Pres. 4); Dormitory Council, 4; Woodward House Board, 4. 

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FREDERICK W. GUSTAFSON 
199 Middle Street East Weymouth 

Social Studies 

A baritone of the first water ... a striking six-footer . . . always 
meticulously dressed ... an able member of Lecture Fund Committee 
. . . brisk and businesslike ... a lover of the finer things in life. 

Student Fellowship, 1, 2; Phillips Brooks Club, 1,2,3 (Sec. 1, Pres. 2); 
Chapel Committee, 1, 2, 3, 4; Lecture Fund Committee, 1,2, 3, 4 (Co- 
Chairman 3, Chairman 4); A Cappella, 1, 2, 3, 4; Young Howard, 
1,2,3,4 (Asst. Director 2). 



84 Emory Street 



MARION F. HALEY 



Physical Education 



Attleboro 



Her friendly nature is best displayed in her love for animals ... un- 
failingly dependable . . . tall and lithesome ... a breezy sense of 
humor ... an outstanding goalie. 

W. A. A. Board, 3, 4; S. C. A., 1,2,3, 4. 



Pinehurst Beach 



BARBARA HALL 



Elementary 



Wareham 



Usually the quietest one in a crowd . . . swimming is her favorite sport 
and eating is her favorite occupation . . . dainty and delicate. 

W. A. A., 1,2,3, 4; Day Students Organization, 1,2,3, 4. 



44 Maple Street 



JEANNE C. HAMILTON 



Geography 



Needham 



Tall and classically built . . . goes out of her way to be friendly . . . 
always neat-appearing . . . loves children and will undoubtedly make 
an excellent teacher. 

Phillips Brooks Club, 2, 3 (Pres. 3); Kindergarten-Primary, 4; Upper 
Elementary, 4; Student Fellowship, 4. 



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66 Walcott Avenue 



HELENA M. HAZLETT 



Math-Science 



East Walpole 



A human dynamo ... a live wire ... a spry, energetic sense of humor 
. . . loves to dance and excels at it ... a tireless committee worker . . . 
a bridge addict. 

Campus Comment, 1 , 2, 3, 4 (Asst. News Ed. 3, News Ed. 4); Newman 
Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Dormitory Council, 4; Tillinghast House Board, 4; 
W. A. A. Activity Director, 4. 



200 South Street 



FRANCIS J. HENNESSY 



History 



Bridgewater 



Tousle-haired All American Boy . . . athletic . . . loves to eat ... a 
print-shopper . . . protector of the underdog . . . happiness personified 
. . . cooperative and friendly. 

Young Howard, 1 ,2,3, 4; Newman Club, 1,2,3, 4; Baseball, 1, 2, 4; 
Soccer, 1, 2, 4; Basketball, 3, 4. 



Waltham Street 



MARION R. HIGGINS 



Social Studies 



Lexington 



A mental Titan ... a serious student . . . sincere and well-versed . . . 
generates an idealistic attitude . . . nickname is "Lemons" ... an 
eager aspirant to the field of pedagogy 

Glee Club 1,2,3, 4; Student Fellowship, 1,2,3, 4 (Pres. 3); Phillips 
Brooks Club, 2; French Club, 2, 3 (Sec. 3); Dormitory Council, 2, 3; 
W. A. A. Board, 3; Kappa Delta Pi, 3, 4 (Treas. 4); S. C. A. 1st Vice- 
Pres., 4. 





93 Jacob Street 



KATHLEEN E. HILL 



Elementary 



Brockton 



Typically Scotch-Irish— dark brown hair, blue eyes and white skin . . . 
has a faculty for writing humorous verse ... a hearty laugh . . . loves 
horseback-riding. 

Swimming, J; Field Hockey, 1; Softball, 1, 2; Newman Club, 1, 2; 
Basketball, 7, 2, 3; Bowling, ], 2, 3; Hiking, 2. 



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Gray Street 



RICHARD B. HOVEY 



History 



East Billerica 



Profound thinker ... a keen sense of humor . . . enjoys life and his 
red "bomber" . . . deliberate student . . . acts slowly, but surely. 

Young Howard, 1, 2; Soccer, 1,2,3, 4. 





32 New Bedford Street 



JOHN HUGHES 



History 



Hyde Park 



Sports-minded . . . baseball is his great love . . . averse to publicity 
or prominence . . . likes people and people like him ... an example 
of good things coming in small packages. 

Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 4; Young Howard, 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club, 4. 



36 Linden Avenue 



MARGARET L. JENKINS 



Physical Education 



Fairhaven 



Attractive, poised, and self-confident . . . better known as "Aggie" 
a sportswoman . . . has that fresh-as-a-daisy appearance. 

W. A. A., 1,2,3,4. 



128 Lincoln Street 



CAROLYN E. JOHNSON 



Elementary 



West Medway 



The mind behind the wheels in the Bookstore ... a pleasureable smile 
and thorough-going efficiency are her assets ... a young matron . . . 
academically successful. 

Kindergarten-Primary, 1,2, 3, 4 (Treas. 2, Vice-Pres. 3); Kappa Delta 
Pi, 3, 4. 



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15 Beacon Street 



MARILYN L. KAMBOUR 



Elementary 



A piquant personality hidden beneath her shyness 
. . . derives much fun from her friends . . . gracile . 
Rand's Glee Club perennials. 

Student Fellowship, 1, 2; Glee Club, 1,2,3, 4. 



Walpole 



. loves a joke 
is one of Miss 



River Street 



ALBERT E. KIERNAN 



History 



Halifax 



A natural affinity for the lighter vein . . . down-to-earth and frank . 
the most famous escort for Miss Pope . . . ready, willing, and able. 

Young Howard, 1,2,3, 4; M. A. A., 1,2,3, 4. 



Pratt Street 



WARREN F. KIERNAN 



History 



Halifax 



A "Beau-ideal" ... a dynamic humorist . . . loves western music . . . 
is a minstrel-show entertainer and policeman off-campus . . . training 
school exodus left behind many broken hearts. 

M. A. A. Board, 1; Phillips Brooks Club, 1; Baseball, 1; Young Howard, 
1,2,3,4. 



25 Supple Road 



CLAIRE KLEIN 



Elementary 



Dorchester 



Fashion plate for the college . . . firmly believes in the saying, "You'll 
never know if you don't ask" ... a well-developed sense of humor 
... a superb terpsichorean. 

Menorah Club, 1,2,3,4 (Pres. 4); Modern Dance Club, 1,2,3,4 (Asst. 
Dir. 4); W. A. A., 1,2, 3, 4 (Activity Director 3, 2nd Vice-Pres. 4); 
Dramatic Club, 2. 

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14 Glenwood Street 



MARILYN P. KLINE 



Elementary 



Lynn 



A sense of humor that is as dry as a cracker . . . speaks distinctly . . . 
has plenty of get-up-and-go . . . nicknamed "Cookie." 

Menorah Club, 1,2, 3, 4 (Vice-Pres. 3); Red Cross Unit, 2, 3, 4 (Vice- 
Pres. 3). 



38 Balcomb Street 



VIRGINIA J. KNIGHT 



Elementary 



Salem 



A beguiling enchantress ... an incurable woolgatherer . . . beautiful 
copper-colored hair . . . one of the adornments of Lower Tilly . . . has 
an acute sense of taste in clothing. 

Cheerleader, 3; Phillips Brooks Club, 3; Tillinghast House Treas., 4; 
Dormitory Council, 4; Tillinghast House Board, 4. 





25 Judson Street 



ROSELYN C. KOLVEK 



Elementary 



Springfield 



Has maintained a staggering scholastic average throughout her college 
years . . . ultra-sweet with large, pretty eyes ... a sympathetic and 
loving smile. 

Modern Dance Club, 1; Upper Elementary, 1 , 2; Newman Club, 1 ,2,3, 
4; Glee Club, 1,2,3,4 (Sec. 3, Pres. 4). 



19 Springdale Avenue 



JOSEPH KUDERA 



Math-Science 



Saugus 



Remarkable physical vitality ... a good basketball and baseball play- 
er ... a cool head ... an ardent student of chemistry ... a worker. 

Basketball, 1,2,3,4 (Capt. 4); Baseball,!, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club, 1, 2, 
3, 4; M. A. A. Treas., 2, 4. 



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43 West Avenue 



HELEN A. KUDLIC 



Physical Education 



Ludlow 



First-rate athlete ... a fastidious dresser . . . loves that stuff that "knits 
up the ravelled sleeve of care" . . . heads for ski land in the winter- 
time . . . integrity that is frank. 

W. A. A., 1, 2, 3, 4 (W. A. A. Board 4); S. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4. 



20 Beaver Street 



JEANNETTE R. LA BELLE 



Elementary 



Brockton 



Sports lover . . . friendly and likeable . . . loves to talk . . . bright eyes. 

Softball, 1, 2; Bowling, 2; Basketball, 1, 2; Volleyball, 1, 2, 3; Lecture 
Fund Committee, 1, 2, 3; Newman Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. 








46 Francis Street 



MARSHALL J. LAFORET 



Social Studies 



Waltham 



Grade-A student . . . ready supply of information on almost any sub- 
ject . . . has a lovely wife ... a witty style of writing ... an 
able leader. 

Soccer, I, 2; Campus Comment, 1 , 2, 3; Young Howard, 1,2,3, 4 (Co- 
Director 2); Newman Club, 1, 2, 4; Basketball, 2, 3; Alpha, 2, 3 4; 
M. A. A. Pres., 3; Kappa Delta Pi, 3, 4 (Pres. 4). 




167 Manchester Street 



JEANNE M. LAPIERRE 



Elementary 



Fall River 



Quiet, but not retiring . . . lovely hair . . . has executive ability . 
a gracious hostess . . . warm friendliness is a notable virtue ... an 
intelligent and entertaining companion. 

Newman Club, 1,2,3,4 (Vice-Pres. 4); Glee Club, 1,2,3, 4; Kinder- 
garten-Primary, 1,2,3, 4; A Cappella, 2; Class Secretary, 2. 



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Horseneck Road 



ROBERT E. LEMOS 



Math-Science 



Dartmouth 



A six-footer with an active brain . . . inside B. T. C. he is a diligent, 
assiduous student . . . outside B. T. C. he is a successful chicken farmer 
. . . has an ineradicable sense of humor. 

Baseball, 1, 2; Basketball, 1, 2; Young Howard, 1,2,3, 4; Kappa Delta 
Pi, 3, A; Class Treasurer, 3, 4; Alpha, 3, 4 (Asst. Treas. 3, Treas. 4). 



105 Warren Road 



M. ELINOR LENON 



English 



Swansea 



Figuratively, a walking smile ... she aims to please . . . eagerly in- 
quisitive about academic matters . . . socially adept . . . inclined to 
spice her meaty remarks heavily. 

Upper Elementary, 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Campus Com- 
ment, 1, 2, 3, 4. 



51 Sherman Avenue 



MARGARET T. LEONARD 



Elementary 



Canton 



Possesses the vitality of a jumping bean ... a crusader for the rights 
of women . . . has an ability to get things done ... an animated con- 
versationalist. 

Newman Club, 1,2,3, 4; Day Students Organization, 1,2,3, 4. 



204 Center Street 



RHODA A. LEONARD 



History 



Somerset 



An all-round athlete . . . healthy, vigorous, and unassuming . . . the 
hub of her group . . . has many irons in the fire . . . seriousness and its 
cardinal virtue, sincerity, are her outstanding characteristics. 

Newman Club, 1,2,3, 4; W. A. A. Activity Director, 2; Class Vice-Pres., 
2, 3, 4; S. C. A. 2nd Vice-Pres., 3; Woodward House Board, 3; Alpha 
Sports Ed., 4; Dormitory Council Vice-Pres., 4. 

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23 Olive Street 



ALICE R. LONERGAN 



Elementary 



Brockton 



An example of all-round efficiency except when it comes to knitting . . . 
scrupulously honest ... an engaging smile ... a popular day student. 

Newman Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Day Student Council, 2; Chairman Scholar- 
ship Committee, 3; Day Students Organization Pres., 3; Kappa Delta 
Pi, 4. 



647 Main Street 



RITA C. LOUGHLIN 



Elementary 



Watertown 



Dwells on the funny side of the street . . . always an appreciative audi- 
ence ... an agreeable, loyal companion ... a refreshing personality. 

Kindergarten-Primary, 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; W. A. A. 
1st Vice-Pres., 3; W. A. A. Pres., 4; Dormitory Council Treas., 4. 



35 Lawrence Street 



JEAN M. MAGUIRE 



Elementary 



Haverhill 



A crafts expert ... a lover of the great outdoors ... a believer in 
Epicurean philosophy . . . answers to the nickname "Maggie." 

Upper Elementary, 1, 2, 4 (Treas. 2); Kindergarten-Primary, 1,3,4 
(2nd Vice Pres. 4); Red Cross Unit, 3, 4; Student Fellowship, 4; Newman 
Club, 4. 





52 Charles Street 



CHARLES L. MANN, JR. 



Math-Science 



Whitman 



Tow-headed athletic type . . . Nordic features . . . aggressive ... a 
Time-award winner in Miss Lovett's freshman English class . . . always 
must know the why's and wherefore's. 

Baseball, 1; Tennis, 7; Basketball, 1; Young Howard, 1,2, 3, 4. 



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608 Bridge Street 



SARA ANNE MAPES 



Elementary 



North Weymouth 



Manages to have a finger in practically every pie . . . knows how to 
win friends and influence people ... an enthusiastic smile ... an ideal 
hostess. 

Phillips Brooks Club, 1, 2 (Vice-Pres. 2); Glee Club, 1,2,3, 4; Kinder- 
garten-Primary, 1, 2, 3, 4 (Sec. 2, Pres. 3); Student Fellowship, 1, 2, 3, 
4; W. A. A. Board, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi, 3, 4 (Sec. 4); Alpha, 3, 4 (Art 
Editor 4). 





17 Ditmar Street 



EUGENE A. MARGOZZI 



Math-Science 



North Quincy 



The class printer . . . anything from program cards to engagement 
announcements . . . brown hair and brown eyes ... a ready smile and 
an even temperament. 

Orchestra, 7, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club, 1,2,3, 4; Student Fellowship, 2, 
3, 4; Soccer, 2, 3, 4; Camera Club, 3 4. 



20 Carey Street 



MARIE F. MARR 



History 



Rockland 



Blonde thespian of achievement . . . noted for her snappy retorts . . . 
has numerous hidden talents ... a clever artist behind the scenes at 
many of the college's social affairs. 

Newman Club 1; Dramatic Club, 1,2,3, 4; Campus Comment, 2, 3, 4. 



45 Arthur Street 



LENA V. MATULIS 



Elementary 



Brockton 



A level-headed blonde . . . best known for her abundance of common 
sense . . . ambitious ... a violinist ... a well-developed sense of 
humor . . . active in commuter affairs. 

Orchestra, 3, 4; Day Students Organization, 4; Newman Club, 1, 4; 
Basketball, 1, 2; Volleyball, 2; Field Hockey, 1. 

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30 Cottage Street 



ALFRED MAZUKINA 



History 



Bridgewater 



A good athlete ... an energetic sense of humor . . . considering his 
vitality he must be a Wheaties eater ... a loyal, dependable worker 
. . . crew cut . . . likes sharp clothes . . . known to all as "Happy." 

Baseball, 1,2,3, 4; Basketball, 1,2,3, 4; Soccer, 1,2,3, 4; Campus 
Comment, 2, 3, 4; Alpha, 3, 4 (Asst. Advertising Manager 3, Advertising 
Manager 4). 



58 Park Street 



ELIZABETH J. McMULLEN 



Elementary 



New Bedford 



The perfect girl to take your troubles to . . . pleasant, sympathetic, and 
helpful ... an industrious worker in the Red Cross Unit . . . one of 
the K. P.'s. 

Newman Club, 1,2,3, 4; Upper Elementary, 2, 3, 4 (Vice-Pres. 4); Red 
Cross Unit, 3, 4 (Sec.-Jreas. 3, Pres. 4). 



140 O'Callaghan Way 



MARY E. MEAGHER 



Physical Education 



South Boston 



A vivacious lady ... a dancer of no mean ability . . . fickle when it 
comes to men . . . independent . . .a better-than-average student . . . 
one of the "Unholy Three." 

Day Student Council, I; Newman Club, I, 2. 



114 Rock Street 



DEMETRIOS J. MEGAS 



Social Studies 



Lowell 



The surprise package of the class . . . few words but well-spaced . . . 
the quintessence of tranquility . . . beneath the glacier— delightful 
warmth. 

Soccer, 7; Young Howard, 1,2, 4. 



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960 Summer Street 



NORA MIGLIORATI 



English 



Bridgewater 



A rugged individualist ... a knack of saying things at the right time 
but at the wrong place ... a recognized poetess . . . claims Cupid is 
a careless archer ... an amateur archeologist. 

W. A. A., 1, 2, 3, 4; Day Students Organization, 1,2,3, 4. 



62 Mariposa Street 



LEONA M. MILCH 



Physical Education 



Mattapan 



A convincing veneer of sophistication ... is basically warm and 
genuine ... an up-and-coming newspaperwoman . . . first-rate 
sportswoman . . . unbelievably dependable. 

Campus Comment, 2, 3, 4 (Asst. Make-Up Editor 2, Asst. Exec. Editor 3, 
Exec. Editor 4); Modern Dance Club, 2, 3, 4; S. C. A., 4. 





326 Manning Street 



BURNHAM P. MILLER 



Math-Science 



Better known as "Bernie" . . . modest but capable . 
. . . the kind of student the professors pray for . . 
be armed with a test tube. 



Needham 



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Basketball Manager, 1; Soccer, 1,2, 3, 4; Student Fellowship, 1, 2, 3, 
4; Young Howard, 1,2,3, 4; Science Club, 2; Camera Club, 3, 4 (Trees. 
3); Kappa Delta Pi, 4. 



195 Pleasant Street 



DOROTHY N. MOORE 



Physical Education 



Bridgewater 



. has an atomic 
pert, saucy, but 



A mischievous glint in her bright, button-like eyes 
personality ... an Eleanor Powell in the rough . 
unmistakably lovable. 

Student Fellowship, 2, 3, 4; Day Student Council, 3, 4 (Treas. 4). 
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15 Tavern Road 



WALTER K. MORRISON 



Math-Science 



Waltham 



Shutter-bug and sports lover ... an enigmatic personality . . . believes 
wearing a coat and tie to classes to be the depth of convention . . . 
a decided iconoclast . . . well-liked and popular. 

Alpha Asst. Photographer, 1; Listening Room Committee Chairman, 1; 
Young Howard, 1,2,3,4 (Asst. Director 2); Soccer, 1,2,3,4 (Co-Capt. 
4); Campus Comment Photographer, 2, 3, 4; M. A. A. Secretary, 3; 
Scholarship Committee Chairman, 4; Camera Club Pres., 4. 



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HARRY N. NICKERSON, JR. 



English 




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West Dennis 



Alert student . . . blessed with a dramatic flair . . . inimitable style 
illustrated by his portrayal of Beatrice Kaye . . . sharp dresser, and 
smooth dancer . . . easy-going disposition and adaptable personality. 

Young Howard, 1,2,3, 4 (Co-Director 3, 4); Dramatic Club, 1,2,3, 4; 
Campus Comment, 2, 3, 4 (Asst. Circulation Ed. 2, 3; Circulation Ed. 
4); M. A. A. Treas., 3; Alpha, 3, 4 (Asst. literary Editor 3, Literary 
Editor 4). 





17 Bartlett Crescent 



CHARLOTTE S. NOVICK 



Elementary 



Brookline 



Carelessly correct ... a born leader . . . individualistic in thought and 
manner . . . shines in extracurricular activities . . . has a lustrous 
attractiveness. 

W. A. A., 1,2,3, 4; Menorah Club, 1,2,3, 4. 



16 Boyle Street 



MARY E. OAKLEY 



Physical Education 



Leominster 



Noted for emphatic gestures ... a flair for speechmaking ... a lively 
imagination ... an organizer ... a fun-lover . . . has refined tastes 
in both music and poetry. 

Newman Club, 1,2,3, 4; Modern Dance Club, 1,2,3,4 (Recording Sec. 
2, Director 4); Woodward House Board, 1, 4; Red Cross Unit, 3, 4; 
W. A. A. Board, 4; Dormitory Council, 4. 

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LUCILLE A. O'BYRNE 



Physical Education 



Brockton 



A healthily tanned complexion . . . one of the "Unholy Three" . . . 
makes a good fourth at bridge . . . likes gay colors in her clothing 
... a laughing smile. 

Newman Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Day Student Council, 2. 



192 Winthrop Street 



ANGELA O'HEARN 



Elementary 



Fall River 



Refreshnigly youthful . . . wears a constantly amazed expression . . . 
easily embarrassed . . . known to friends as "Angie" . . . always 
attempting to believe the unbelievable. 

Kindergarten-Primary, 1, 3, 4; Newman Club, I, 4; Upper Elementary, 
2, 3, 4; Red Cross Unit, 2, 3, 4; Student Fellowship, 4. 



68 Shaw Road 



PAUL A. OLANDER 



History 



Bridgewater 



Masterful and commanding . . . the "Old Man" in the National Guard 
... a family man ... a polished manner and a suavity of expression. 

Dramatic Club, 1,2, 3, 4 (Vice-Pres. 3); Class Treasurer, 2; S. C. A. 
Asst. Treas., 3; Apha Psi Omega, 3, 4 (Treas. 4). 



Center Street 



DOREEN M. OLLIFF 



Elementary 



South Easton 



Smiling eyes and dimpled cheeks ... a button collector . . . loves to 
cook ... a tendency to be over-enthusiastic ... a home girl. 

Glee Club, 1, 2, 3; Upper Elementary, 2; Red Cross Unit, 3, 4; Student 
Fellowship, 3, 4; Kindergarten-Primary, 3, 4. 



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15 Jason Terrace 



MARGARET L. O'NEILL 



English 



Arlington 



A winsome lass with a delicate air . . . to be remembered for her 
portrayal of Dulcy . . . possessor of an irrepressible intellectual cur- 
iosity . . . wistful, charming . . . surrounded by an aura of composure. 

Campus Comment, 1, 2; Newman Club, 1,2,3, 4; Dramatic Club, 1, 2, 
3, 4 (Pres. 4); French Club, 1,2,3,4 (Vice-Pres. 2); Woodward House 
Board, 2, 3; Dormitory Council, 2, 3; W. A. A. Board, 3; Alpha Psi 
Omega, 3, 4. 



22 Farrington Street 



MARY E. O'NEILL 



French 



Arlington 



The kind of girl that restores faith in femininity . . . clear-headed . . . 
a brain trust ... a good listener ... a quality seeker . . . musically 
inclined . . . cooperative. 

Glee Club, 1,2,3, 4; Newman Club, 1,2,3, 4; Red Cross Unit, 3, 4; 
Modern Dance Club, 3, 4; French Club 4 (2nd Vice-Pres.4); S. C. A. 
Treas., 4; Woodward House Board, 4; Dormitory Council, 4. 



82 President Street 



BETTY O. OPIE 



English 



Lynn 



Harbors a keen sense of humor . . . invariably wears a flower in her 
beautiful auburn locks . . . the original Abigail Abstinence of Clearing 
House . . . has a fresh, witty outlook on life. 

Campus Comment, 2, 3, 4; Alpha, 3, 4 (Asst. Sec. 3, Secretary 4); 
Student Fellowship, 3, 4; Upper Elementary, 4. 





35 Harrison Avenue 



GEORGE S. PAPPAS 



Math-Science 



Wobi 



The answer to Miss Graves' famous question, "What is life?" . . . 
ebullient to the nth degree . . . holds some startling opinions on life, 
education, and women ... a sportsman. 

Dramatic Club, 1, 2; Baseball, 1, 2; Basketball, 1,2,3; Soccer, 1, 2, 
3, 4; Young Howard, 1,2,3, 4; Intramural Sports Director, 3. 

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32 Linden Avenue 



JEAN E. PARKINSON 



Elementary 



Fairhaven 



Quick to smile, slow to anger . . . pretty, flashing eyes tell the tale 
. . . conscientious and helpful . . . watchful waiting is her byword . . . 
goals reached quietly and frequently. 

Student Fellowship, 1; Red Cross Unit, 2; Cheerleader, 2; Bookstore, 
2,3,4. 





64 Unicorn Avenue 



JEANNE PERROW 



French 



East Weymouth 



Self-contained and nonchalant ... an expert at broken-field running 
in the dining hall ... latent fire waiting for the occasion . . . dis- 
stinctively different. 

French Club, 1,2,3, 4; Student Fellowship, 1,2,3, 4; Red Cross Unit, 4. 



20 Bay View Avenue 



PAULINE A. PIFKO 



Physical Education 



Fairhaven 



Pleasantly straightforward . . . likeable . . . dexterous manipulator of 
the ivories ... as dependable and never-failing as Haley's comet. 

Kindergarten-Primary, 1; Modern Dance Club, 1, 2; Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 
4; Newman Club, 1,2, 3, 4; W. A. A. Board, 2, 3; Dormitory Council 
Pres. 4. 



10 Wilson Terrace 



M. GAY PIKE 



Elementary 



Lynn 



A savoir faire that would be hard to match anywhere . . . almost clair- 
voyant about men . . . uses soft tones to magnify her warm femininity. 

Dormitory Council, 1 ; Founder of the Red Cross Unit (Pres. 2, 3, 4). 




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53 Windsor Street 



BARBARA E. REYNOLDS 



Elementary 



Arlington 



A mature mind and a serious aspect . . . likes to write letters ... a 
human alarm clock . . . likes sports and participates in them. 

Newman Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club, 1,2, 3, 4 (Treas. 2, 2nd Vice- 
Pres. 3, lsf Vice-Pres. 4); Woodward House Board, 1, 2, 4; Dormitory 
Council, 1, 2, 4; W. A. A. Activity Director, 3; Glee Club, 3, 4. 



48 Bedford Street 



CLIFTON L. ROBINSON 



English 



Bridgewater 



Suave sophistication ... an avid reader . . . goes way over the six-foot 
mark . . . enjoys a good joke ... a storehouse of knowledge. 

A Cappella Choir, 7; Campus Comment, 1,2, 3, 4 (Exec. Editor 2, 3); 
Dramatic Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Psi Omega, 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta 
Pi, 3, 4. 



14 New York Avenue 



JOSEPH C. ROSE, JR. 



Science 



Oak Bluffs 



The dark, soft-spoken, silent type ... a man's man ... an even, well- 
regulated temperament ... a conversationalist who has something to 
say. 

Soccer Manager, '41, '42; M. A. A., 1, 2, 3, 4. 



74 Floyd Street 



THELMA R. RUBIN 



Elementary 



Dorchester 



A laugh that would excite risibility in the most determined frozen 
countenance ... a deep thinker who is highly introspective ... a 
friend to everyone who knows her. 

library Club, 1, 2; Menorah Club, 1,2,3, 4; Upper Elementary, 1, 2, 
3, 4; Student Fellowship, 4. 

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358 High Street 



CATHERINE A. SALA 



History 



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Bridgewater 



Speaks with machine-gun rapidity ... a hilarious laugh ... has a 
fascinating exhilarating outlook on life . . . vivacious and likeable . . . 
a quick, restive mind. 

Class Secretary, 7; W. A. A. Board, 2, 3; Cheerleader, 2, 3, 4 (Capf. 
4); Camera Club, 3. 



49 Essex Street 



PAUL V. SALLEY 



Geography 



Revere 



A puckish sense of humor ... an intellectual but not a longhair . . . 
likes sports, especially soccer ... a busy bee in Gilda's hive . . . 
perspicacity-plus. 

Basketball, 7; Baseball, 7, 2; Soccer, 1,2, 3, 4 (Co-Capt. 4); Young 
Howard, 1,2,3, 4; Class President, 2, 3, 4; Chapel Fund Treas., 2, 3, 4; 
Kappa Delta Pi, 3, 4; Alpha, 3, 4 (Asst. Business Manager 3, Business 
Manager 4). 





862 Robeson Street 



MARY L. SHEA 



Elementary 



Fall River 



As slender and stately as a poplar . . . adept at balancing a teacup 
... a warm, friendly smile . . . plays a violin with tenderness. 

Newman Club, 1 , 2, 3, 4 (Vice-Pres. 3); Orchestra, 7, 2, 3, 4 (Concert 
Mistress 3, 4); W. A. A. Board, 2; Upper Elementary, 2; Red Cross Unit, 
2, 3, 4; Dormitory Council, 4; Woodward House Board, 4. 



63 Oak Street 



MARY SILVA 



History 



Taunton 



A continuous source of delight . . . unpredictable in reactions . . . one 
of the springs of commuter activities ... a student from the word "go." 

Archery, 2; Basketball, 2, 3; Bowling, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club, 2, 4; Day 
Student Council, 4. 



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121 Lincoln Avenue 



LOIS A. SIMMONS 



Elementary 



North Dighton 



A girl with plenty of spirit ... a peppery personality ... a chatterbox 
... a poetry lover . . . always in a hurry . . . fervently epigrammatic. 

Day Students Organization, 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club, I, 2; Dramatic 
Club, 2. 



49 Pearl Street 



CAROLYN E. SINCLAIR 



Elementary 



Springfield 



A scholastic superwoman . . . sweet, pretty, shy, and discreet ... a 
competent and pleasant hostess . . . speaks with a soft, dulcet tone 
in her voice. 

Upper Elementary, 1, 2 (Vice-Pres. 2); Phillips Brooks Club, 1, 2, 3; 
Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Fellowship Choir, 3, 4; Tillinghast Vice- 
Pres., 4. 





36 Ingell Street 



ROBERTA C. SMITH 



History 



Taunton 



A paradoxical redhead: red hair plus mild temperament . . . would 
make a perfect cover girl . . . soft-spoken ... a quizzical smile . . . 
generous nature. 

Newman Club, 7, 2; W. A. A., 1,2,3, 4. 



1 Samoset Street 



ANN M. STRATTON 



Elementary 



Plymouth 



An impish dignity paying court to opportunity for fun . . . preeminently 
poised ... a good student . . . radiates self-assurance. 

Student Fellowship, 1,2,3, 4; Red Cross Unit, 3, 4. 



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995 Walnut Street 



MICHAEL F. SULLIVAN, JR. 



English 



Fall River 



Spirited from the top of his head to the tips of his toes ... an ex- 
Marine ... an active and energetic sportsman ... a sly humor with 
a built-in knack of self-control. 

Soccer Manager, I; Tennis, 1; Campus Comment, 1 , 2; Basketball, 1 , 2, 
3; Newman Club, 1,2,4; Dramatic Club, 1, 2, 4; Young Howard, 1, 2, 
4; Soccer, 3. 



52 Forest Street 



NANCY L. SULLIVAN 



English 



Fall River 



I endeavors ... a 
an artistic doodler. 



Business-like and thorough . . . dependable in 
good person to call on when results are needed . 

Newman Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 4); Campus Comment, 2, 3, 4 
(Advertising Manager 3). 



90 South Merrill Street 



MARY TARLIAN 



French 



Bradford 



Une mademoiselle, qui a un train modeste, qui est tres intelligente et 
qui garde toujours le sourire. 

French Club, 1,2,3,4 (Secretary 2, Pres. 4); Student Fellowship, 1, 2, 
3, 4; Upper Elementary, 1,2,3, 4; Hiking Director, 3. 



5 Mather Street 



EILEEN L. TESSIER 



Physical Education 



Dorchester 



Calm, cool, and collected ... a nimble mathematician ... no shrink- 
ing violet . . . one of the "Unholy Three" ... a pretty smile . . . 
selective in her choice of friends. 

Newman Club, 1,2,3, 4; W. A. A., 1,2,3, 4. 



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BETTY M. THORNTON 



793 Washington Street 



Brookline 



History 



Complacent and self-assured . . . everything in moderation ... a 
"whodunit" fan . . . finds singing one of her chief delights in life. 

Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Upper Elementary, 2; Dormitory Council, 4; 
Woodward House Board, 4; Woodward Hall Secretary, 4. 



120 Laureston Street 



WARREN E. THUOTTE 



English 



Brockton 



Sturdily built, manly and athletic ... a keen, retentive mind ... a 
powerful singing voice ... a magnetic personality ... a guarded 
sentimentality. 

Baseball, 1, 2, 4; Dramatic Club, 1, 2, 4; Young Howard, 1,2, 4; Kappa 
Delta Pi, 4; M. A. A. Pres., 4. 



19 Gibbons Street 



PATRICIA E. TORMEY 



History 



Weymouth 



A Lilliputian with snappy eyes ... a brisk bundle of wit combined with 
charm . . . keeps the chatter ball rolling in the Commuters' Room. 

Newman Club, 1, 2, 4; Basketball, 2; Swimming, 2, 3; Bowling, 2, 3, 4; 
Day Students Organization Secretary, 3; Day Student Council, 4. 




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MARION C. TYRRELL 



Elementary 



Brockton 



Freckles that accentuate her childlike charm ... a pretty blonde . . . 
invariably gay and lighthearted . . . loves to go sailing above all else. 

Newman Club, 1,2,3, 4; Day Student Treasurer, 3. 



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109 Circuit Road 



WILLIAM. J. VAUGHAN 



History 



Medford 



Fine features suffused with humor ... a glib manner of speaking that 
issues forth with conveyor-belt ease ... a ubiquitous helping hand in 
many of the college activities. 

Campus Comment, 1; Student Fellowship, 1, 2; Young Howard, I, 2, 4; 
Science Club, 2; Chapel Committee, 2, 4 (Chairman 4). 





33 Wildroot Avenue 



DAVID WEINSTEIN 



History-French 



Dorchester 



Suave, mustachioed man-about-college . . . eyes that speak volumes 
... a Niagara of activity ... a connoisseur of the art of learning . . . 
remarkable versatility. 

Dramatic Club, 1,2, 3, 4; Alpha Psi Omega, 3, 4 (Treas. 3, Pres. 4). 



75 LaBelle Street 



MARY T. WELCH 



History 



West Springfield 



The slender blonde type . . . amiable and quiet . . . adequate in any 
situation . . . imperturable . . . glows with a warmth and softness 
peculiar to femininity. 

Newman Club, 1,2,3, 4; Camera Club, 3, 4; Dramatic Club, 4. 



3 Warren Avenue 



NORMA J. WILCOXSON 



History 



Great Barrington 



Serious but not sober . . . quiet and unassuming . . . mirror-like eyes 
reveal a humor which pervades her conservative outlook . . . needs an 
alarm clock . . . appreciative common sense strikes the happy medium. 

Student Fellowship, 1, 2; Phillips Brooks Club, 1,2,3 (Sec.-Treas. 3); 
Red Cross Unit, 3, 4. 

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236 Broadway Street 



CATHERINE YOYOS 



English 



Cambridge 



Sincerity is the word for Kay ... a bookworm with a penchant for 
literature ... if her face were a barometer, we'd always have sunny 
weather ... a poetess who has had work published. 

Upper Elementary, 1,2,3 (Secretary 3); Student Fellowship, 1,2, 3, 4 
(Sec.-Treas. 3); Dormitory Council, 2; W. A. A. Board, 2, 3; Kappa 
Delta Pi, 3, 4; Campus Comment, 3, 4; Red Cross Unit, 3, 4. 



34 Tremont Street 



MILDRED M. ZIMMERMAN 



English 



Cambridge 



Tongue-in-cheek sarcasm tempered by a dreamy sensitiveness . . . 
typically Nordic features . . . pert, cute, and completely lovable. 

W. A. A., 1,2,3, 4; Newman Club, 1,2,3, 4. 



10 Morrison Road 



DOROTHY Q. ADAMS 



Social Studies 



Braintree 



Dangerously witty . . . claims the distinction of being bitten by a live 
crow whose life she was attempting to save ... a fixture in Miss Crow- 
ley's art classes . . . causes complete confusion in the physics laboratory. 

W. A. A., 1,2,3, 4; Modern Dance Club, 3, 4; Student Fellowship, 4; 
Basketball Club, 4. 



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72 North Street 



DONALD MacLEAN 



History 



Somerville 



Blonde and unpretentious . . . gives an impression of aloofness which 
is deceiving ... a neat dresser . . . has a slow, infectious smile. 

M. A. A., 1,2,3, 4; Men's Club, 1,2,3, 4. 

JUNE L. MAHONEY 



78 Broad Street 



Bridgewater 



Elementary 



Blonde, witty, and cute ... a handsome husband augments her intel- 
lectual life . . . playful and clever with a "My Friend Irma" complex 
. . . studies come easy. 

Phillips Brooks Club, 1, 2; Dramatic Club, 1, 2 (Secretary 2); W. A. A. 
1,2,3,4. 



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Paul Salley 
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Rhoda Leonard 
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P. Salley (Business Manager), M. Laforet (Sports Editor), S. Mapes (Art Editor), I. Greenberg (Editor-in- 
Chief), Mr. Charles Foth (Executive Advisor). 



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Editor-in-Chief Israel Greenberg 

Business Manager Paul Salley 

Art Editor Sara Mapes 

Treasurer Robert Lemos 



Literary Editor Harry Nickerson 

Sports Editors Rhoda Leonard 

Marshall Laforet 

Advertising Manager Alfred Mazukina 

Secretary Bette Opie 



JUNIOR 

Assistant Editor Richard James 

Assistant Business Manager 

Allan Belcher 

Assistant Art Editor Virginia Smith 

Assistant Treasurer Henry Hicks 

Assistant Literary Editor 

William Sprague 



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Assistant Sports Editors .... Beverly Pottern 
Wallace Gleekman 
Assistant Advertising Managers 

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Eugene Weiss 

Assistant Secretary Lois Dunn 

Assistant Photography Editor 

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IN APPRECIATION 

Our sincere appreciation goes to the members of the faculty and to the members 
of the student body whose efforts contributed to the production of this yearbook. 
Especially do we want to thank Miss Mary M. Crowley, Mr. Charles E. Foth, Dr. 
Clement C. Maxwell, Miss S. Elizabeth Pope, Walter Morrison, Noyes Studio, and Jack 
Brown of T. O'Toole and Sons, Inc. 





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A CAPPELLA 

One of the outstanding 
features of the Friday Chapel 
program is the talented A 
Cappella Group. Composed 
of sixteen of the more gifted 
singers in the college under 
the direction of Miss Frieda 
Rand, the group also sings 
at concerts and at other 
special programs. 




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Standing: P. Dickie, R. Chassey, L. Cedrone, F. Gustafson, R. Flemming, P. Kelley, R. Wallace, S. 
Campbell. 

Seated: J. Rothwell, M. Hart, E. Keefe, P. Chapman, P. Hart, D. Gould, B. Hay. Absent: R. Firing. 



Left to right: D. Weinstein (President), A. McAdams (Secretary), R. James (Vice-President). Absent: 
P. Olander (Treasurer). 



ALPHA PSI 
OMEGA 

The ultimate goal of all 
Dramatic Club members is 
membership in the National 
Dramatic Fraternity, Alpha 
Psi Omega. Ably supervised 
by Mr. John L. Davoren, the 
group has done more than a 
little toward fostering better 
dramatics for the college. 



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CAMERA CLUB 

Considering its absence 
from college activities for 
six years, Camera Club has 
made many important strides 
in reestablishing itself as an 
integral segment of campus 
life. The necessary equip- 
ment has been acquired plus 
a spacious dark room and a 
nucleus of interested students. 
A yearly exhibit by members 
promises to be a noteworthy 
event. 




Left to right: B. Miller (Treasurer), W. Morrison (President), W. Gleekman (Secretary), J. 
(Vice-President). 



Grant 



Back row: T. Corcoran (Sports Editor), W. Morrison (Photographer), C. Robinson (Make-up Editor). 

Front row: R. Cooper (Sports Editor), E. Lenon (Exchange Editor), C. Yoyos (Proof Reader), L. Milch 
(Executive Editor), E. Weiss (Business Manager), H. Hazlett (News Editor), E. Shore (Advertising Manager). 
Absent: M. Marr (Feature Editor), J. Dunwoodie (Headline Editor), H. Nickerson (Circulation Manager). 




CAMPUS 
COMMENT 

The only tangible month- 
by-month evidence of college 
life is the college newspaper. 
Campus Comment. Supported 
and written by the students, 
the paper takes an active 
part in college social affairs 
and sends representatives 
yearly to the Scholastic Press 
Conference at Columbia Uni- 
versity. 



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DAY STUDENT 
COUNCIL 

The regulation of all mat- 
ters that pertain primarily to 
the life of the commuters is 
the purpose of this group. 
In the past four years the 
organization has grown con- 
siderably and has sponsored 
many dances, suppers and 
entertainments. 




Left to right: D. Moore (Treasurer), E. Gorman (Vice-President), B. Olenick (Secretary). Absent: 
L. Matulis (President). 



Left to right: M. Cassidy (Secretary), H. Kudlic (Treasurer), P. Pifko (President), R. Leonard (Vice- 
President). 




DORMITORY 
COUNCIL 

Made up of representative 
members of both dormitories, 
Dormitory Council is respon- 
sible for table assignments 
in the dining hall and for 
observance of dormitory 
rules. They also regulate the 
Christmas Banquet proceed- 
ings, Alumni Week-end 
Luncheon, Graduation Lunch- 
eon and Open House. 



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DRAMATIC CLUB 

Dramatic Club, for many years under 
the direction of Mr. John L. Davoren, has 
been one of the most active and creative 
organizations on campus. Three plays a 
year are presented: one in the fall, one at 
Christmas, and one in the spring. This past 
year Mr. Davoren resigned and the club is 
now in the hands of Miss Frances Guerin 
of the English Department. 



Standng: R. Beaven (Treasurer), R. James (Vice- 
President). 

Seated: P. O'Neill (President), E. Waters (Secre- 
tary). 



Standing: M. Yankopoulos (Reporter), L. Boudreau 
(Student Director), R. Charest (Librarian). 

Seated: A. Leconte (Secretary), M. O'Neill (2nd 
Vice-President), M. Tarlian (President), M. Dounelis 
(Treasurer). Absent: B. Reynolds (1st Vice-President). 



FRENCH CLUB 

Every two years is Mardi 
Gras-time at Bridgewater, 
and the club that makes it 
possible is French Club. An- 
other unique thing about this 
club is that in order to be- 
come a member each aspirant 
must take a written and oral 
examination. The faculty ad- 
visor who does so much to 
add to the success of the club 
is Mrs. Edith B. Frost. 





GLEE CLUB 

This club consists of all those girls in- 
terested in singing and in good music. The 
passing of a voice test is required for 
membership. The Christmas Concert and 
the Spring Concert are two objectives 
toward which the club (under the direction 
of Miss Frieda Rand) works diligently to 
perfect. One of the recent concerts worthy 
of notable mention was the combined con- 
cert given with the Bowdoin College Men's 
Glee Club. 



Standing: D. Gould (Secretary-Treasurer), J. Hay- 
dan (Vice-President), J. Tubbs and E. Cantwell 
(Librarians). 

Seated: R. Kolvek (President). 




KAPPA DELTA 
PI 

The encouragement of high 
professional, intellectual, and 
personal standards is the 
purpose of Epsilon lota 
Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi. 
Candidates for membership 
to this national honor society 
in education are selected on 
the basis of sound scholar- 
ship, commendable personal 
qualities, and worthy educa- 
tional ideals. Epsilon lota 
maintains a varied program 
consisting of educational dis- 
cussions, social activities, and 
a project which provides a 
scholarship for worthy un- 
dergraduates at Bridgewater. 



Left to right: P. Salley (Historian- 
Recorder), M. Higgins (Treasurer), 
I. Greenberg (Vice-President), M. 
Laforet (President), Mr. Robert Ruck- 
er (Executive Advisor). Absent: S. 
Mapes (Secretary); Advisors— Mr. 
Paul Huffington, Mr. T. L. Kelly, Dr. 
Clement Maxwell. 



KINDERGARTEN 
PRIMARY CLUB 

Kindergarten-Primary Club 
is composed of future teach- 
ers who are interested in 
instructing children of the 
lower elementary grades. 
The club is a branch of the 
American Childhood Educa- 
tion Association, a national 
organization of educators. 

Workshop periods under 
the direction of Miss Mary 
L. Marks are frequently held 
in the kindergarten room of 
the Training School. 



First Group: J. Mahoney (Treas- 
urer), M. Repani (President), Miss 
Mary Marks (Advisor). 

Second Group: D. Gould and J. 
Fellini (Secretaries), M. Campa (1st 
Vice-President). Absent: J. Maguire 
(2nd Vice-President). 




M.A.A. 

The main purpose of the Men's Athletic 
Association is to promote interscholastic and 
intramural athletics. All the men of the 
college are members and are subject to 
the supervision of Mr. Frederick A. Meier, 
Director of Athletics. Other activities spon- 
sored by this organization outside the realm 
of sports are the yearly men's show, Young 
Howard, and a barn dance. 



Standing: C. Smolski (Vice-President), S. Gomez 
(Secretary), J. Kudera (Treasurer). 
Seated: W. Thuotte (President). 





MENORAH 
CLUB 

Menorah Club, under the 
direction of Mr. John L. Davo- 
ren, was formed primarily to 
promote interest in Jewish 
culture, ideals, and prob- 
lems. The program includes 
speakers, group discussions, 
and social affairs. Recently 
the club has been collecting 
books to send to the new 
university in Palestine. 



Standing: C. Kaplan (Secretary), D. Green (Treasurer), E. Zemmel (Vice-President), Mr. John I. 
Davoren (Advisor). 

Sitting: C. Klein (President). 



Left to right: P. Dickie (Vice-President), J. Fox (President), K. Taylor (Secretary), C. Smolski (Treasurer). 



MEN'S CLUB 

The club that sponsors a 
major portion of the social 
activities for men purely for 
social reasons is the Albert 
Gardner Boyden Men's Club. 
The chief objective is to 
promote good relationships 
among the men, and it espec- 
ially functions as a catalyst 
in the process of absorbing 
freshmen men into the social 
life of the college. 



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MODERN 
DANCE CLUB 

Creativeness is the key 
word for this club as it ac- 
complishes much in furthering 
the talents of those who be- 
long, and in furthering ap- 
preciation for modern danc- 
ing. The club performs 
yearly during a chapel pro- 
gram and receives many 
offers to perform for organi- 
zations outside the college. 




Left to right: B. Rosenblatt (Secretary-Treasurer), M. Oakley (Director), J. Grant (Publicity Secretary). 
Absent: R. A. Henderson (Costume Manager), L. Rossi (Music Chairman). 



Standing: R. Driscoll (President), W. Finnegan (Treasurer). 

Seated: N. Sullivan (Secretary), Mr. T. L. Kelly (Advisor). Absent: J. Lapierre (Vice-President). 




NEWMAN 
CLUB 

Newman Club is the Catho- 
lic organization on campus 
dedicated to the deepening 
of the spiritual and the en- 
riching of the temporal lives 
of its members through a 
program of religious, intel- 
lectual, and social activities. 



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ORCHESTRA 

The yearly concert given 
by the orchestra is one of 
the most looked-for events 
on the social calendar. Under 
the direction of Miss Frieda 
Rand, the orchestra provides 
for its members an apprecia- 
tion and a fuller enjoyment 
of music. 





Left to right: A. Belcher (Student Director), M. 
Yankopoulos and E. Margozzi (Librarians). Absent: 
M. L. Shea (Secretary). 



RED CROSS CLUB 

With a membership of 176, this club 
is perhaps the largest on campus. Sponsored 
by the American Red Cross, the Club is 
purely a service organization. Regular 
trips are made to the Cushing General Hos- 
pital in Framingham, the Canton Children's 
Hospital, and the Boston Institute for the 
Blind. 



Left to right: B. Gullich (Vice-President), E. Mc- 
Mullen (President), A. McAdams (Secretary-Treasurer), 
Miss Mary Caldwell (Advisor). 




This group aims to initiate 
the best movements of stu- 
dent collegiate life on the 
campus, and to improve and 
broaden life in the college 
by making available to the 
student the best that is pos- 
sible in cultural and educa- 
tional achievement. It is the 
leading student organization 
in the college and acts as a 
governing body over all the 
other clubs of the college. 



left to right: E. Benz (2nd Vice-President), M. Higgins (1st Vice-President), R. Desjardins (Assistant 
Treasurer), J. Driscoll (President), M. O'Neill (Treasurer), A. Cebula (Secretary). 



Left to right: W. Alden (Vice-President), E. Weiss (Junior Representative), J. French (Sophomore 
Representative), D. Gould (President), M. Higgins (Senior Representative), W. Lincoln (Secretary-Treasurer). 



STUDENT 
FELLOWSHIP 

Student Fellowship is a 
Protestant organization basic- 
ally, but it is open to students 
of all faiths. The Student 
Fellowship Choir sings once a 
month at the Congregational 
Church in town, and -they 
also conduct an entire service 
there once a year. The social 
life of the group consists of 
discussion groups, music ap- 
preciation meetings and so- 
cial evenings. 





TILLINGHAST 
HOUSE BOARD 

The Tillinghast House Board is a govern- 
mental organization which regulates mat- 
ters regarding the conduct and the social 
life of the resident women students in the 
Dormitory. The Council also has the pur- 
pose of increasing opportunities for acquain- 
tance and developing sociability in general. 



Left to right: C. Berry (Vice-President), H. Hazlett 
(President pro tern.), V. Knight (Treasurer), M. Repani 
(Secretary). Absent: J. Doherty (President). 




UPPER ELEMENTARY 
CLUB 

This organization was 
formed to bring together in 
a social way all those who 
are interested in elementary 
teaching, especially those 
who are interested in grades 
four, five, and six. They 
meet twice a month to dis- 
cuss new methods and to 
hear speakers. Mr. Rucker is 
the club's advisor. 



Left to right: J. Dawson (Presi- 
dent), Mr. Robert Rucker (Advisor), 
E. McMullen (Vice-President), D. 
Green (Secretary). Absent: E. Rud- 
dock (Treasurer). 



W. A. A. 

All the women of the col- 
lege are members of the 
Women's Athletic Association. 
Through their elected repre- 
sentatives they take part in 
the governing and organizing 
of the activities sponsored by 
this association. 

Yearly class awards are 
given out at a banquet to 
those seniors who show un- 
usual interest and skill for 
four years in any number of 
activities. The 4-S award 
is the highest recognition 
W.A.A. can bestow upon a 
senior and the requirements 
include service, scholarship, 
stability, and sportsmanship. 



Back row: R. A. Henderson and J. 
Cappelluzzo (Secretaries), L. Mari- 
an! (Assistant Treasurer), N. Dunn 
(Publicity Chairman). 

Front row: V. Smith (Treasurer), 
C. Klein (2nd Vice-President), R. 
loughlin (President), M. Fitzgerald 
(1st Vice-President). 




WOODWARD 
HOUSE BOARD 

The particular activities of Woodward 
House Board are: To act as a mediator 
between the administration and the girl 
students who live there, and to sponsor the 
social functions of the dormitory. 



left to right: T. Corcoran (President), D. Cum- 
mings (Treasurer), B. Gullich (Vice-President pro tern.), 
B. Thornton (Secretary). Absent: B. Reynolds (Vice- 
President). 








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THE SPORTS PROGRAM 

The sports program at B.T.C. 
is maintained by the Men's Athletic 
Association and is supervised by 
Athletic Director Frederick Meier 
and Coach Edward Swenson. Var- 
sity squads in soccer, basketball 
and baseball engage in intercol- 
legiate competition; while class 
squads compete in touch-football, 
basketball and softball, as a part 
of the fiery intramural program. 

Starting from scratch, the post- 
war program of of the M.A.A. has 
reached a commendable peak due 
to the excellent spirit displayed 
both by the competing athletes 
and the entire student body. The 
success of the sports program is 
one of the most concrete mani- 
festations of the Bridgewater spirit. 



BASEBALL 1949 



SPARKLES FROM THE DIAMOND 



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Last year's baseball squad showed the results of 
diligent practice, by placing on the ledger a record 
which was definitely a credit to Bridgewater. Sargent 
Smith, Warren Thuotte and Don Morey turned in 
fine performances on the rubber, while Captain 
Ricky Sargent teamed up with Will Ford, and Mai 
Dillon and "Hap" Mazukina produced at the plate. 

Marsh Douthart turned in the fielding gem of 
the year to sew up Sargent Smith's three hitter 
against Durfee and to sweep the series. Captain 
Sargent's big bat helped to subdue Durfee twice. 
Suffolk University was the only tough nut which 
the locals couldn't crack. 



Coach Edward Swenson found himself with a 
strong nucleus about which to build this year's 
squad for a successful season. 

It's, a strike! 




B. T. C. 

SOCCER 

TEAM 




SOCCER 



JOTTINGS FROM THE FIELD 

A determined, senior-studded soccer squad 
matched the pluck of its co-captains, Paul Salley 
and Walter Morrison, to turn in the most successful 
season recorded at B.T.C. since the war. Coach 
Edward Swenson provided the strategy but found 
it unnecessary to inspire this outstanding eleven. 

Opposition was provided by Durfee Technical, 
New Bedford Textile, Boston University, Suffolk Uni- 
versity, and Fitchburg Teachers College. The out- 
standing victory of the year found the Bridgewater 
lads displaying a well-oiled offense backed by a 
solid defense to upset a highly-touted Boston Uni- 
versity combine. A penalty shot by George Pappas 
matched an early B.U. score, while a clever left- 
footed drive by Paul Salley provided the margin of 
victory. 

Co-captains Paul Salley and Walter Morrison 
were ably assisted by such versatile performers as 
"Hap" Mazukina, Gene Margozzi, George Pappas, 
Warren Cooke and Burnham Miller. A bright future 
was promised by the work of returning under- 
classmen: Chester Smolski, Frank Souza, Dan Cag- 
nina and Fran Curran. 



INTRAMURALS 



A three-team touch-football league presented a 
fiery display of clean, hard competition during the 
brisk fall afternoons. A fighting Eagle team, cap- 
tained by Sam Gomez, showed its stamina by coming 
from behind in two successive games to capture 
hard-fought victories. Thirty students engaged in 
this program and the vigorous cheering of wildly 
partisan spectators indicated the interest which it 
aroused. 

The excellent response to the touch-football 
program has prompted Warren Thuotte, president 
of M.A.A., to lay plans for the organization of a 
greatly enlarged softball program. 

Get that ball! 



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Varsity Basketball 
Team 



PERSONALITIES 

Soccer co-captains, PAUL SAL- 
LEY and WALTER MORRISON, win 
our opening salute for their inspira- 
tional leadership. Basketball cap- 
tain JOE KUDERA shared honors 
with GEORGE "Swish" PAPPAS; 
while on the diamond, JOHN 
HUGHES, FRANK HENNESSY and 
WARREN THUOTTE were the stars. 
"HAP" MAZUKINA, MARSHALL 
LAFORET and DICK HOVEY proved 
to be all-round performers, while 
rugged IZZY GREENBERG distin- 
guished himself as the most depend- 
able. We salute a host of other 
fine athletes led by BOB LEMOS, 
GENE MARGOZZI, WARREN 
COOKE and BURNHAM MILLER. 



BASKETBALL 



THE BIG FIVE 



Coach Edward Swenson, Captain Joseph Kudera, 
and Manager Henry Hicks led a spirited but in- 
experienced Bridgewater array into the third year 
of competition in the Southern New England Coastal 
Basketball Conference. Eight league encounters 
were supplemented by eight independent set-to's to 
round out a rugged schedule. League opposition 
was provided by Stonehill College, Bryant College, 
New Bedford Textile and Bradford Durfee Technical. 
Independent competition found B.T.C. engaging 
Salem Teachers College, Suffolk University, Rhode 
Island College of Education, and Curry College. 



A pre-season encounter with the Alumni clearly 
showed that Bridgewater would sorely miss such 
veteran performers as Bob Teahan and Ricky Sargent, 
who graduated last year. However, the work of 
Captain Kudera, Marshall Douthart and Don Morey 
was outstanding; and the picture was considerably 
brightened by the display put on by newcomers 
Bailey, Zoino and Nolan. 



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INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL 

Directors Daniel Cagnina and Sam Gomez or- 
ganized a well-balanced league of class basketball 
teams, which swung into action early in November. 
As we went to press, the senior squad featuring 
Captain Paul Salley, "Hap" Mazukina, Marsh Laforet, 
Israel Greenberg, Bob Lemos, Gene Margozzi and 
Paul Dickie had established themselves as the lead- 
ing contenders for the mythical crown. Indications 
were that a dark horse freshman' array led by 
Captain George Cahill would provide the most 
serious opposition to the seniors. Despite the out- 
come of the league, each of the sixty-odd competi- 
tors will have participated in some stimulating exer- 
cise. 




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Soccer Seniors 



ATHLETIC AWARDS 

An impressive ceremony was held on "Sports Night" 
in May, when President John J. Kelly, assisted by Athletic 
Director Frederick Meier and Coach Edward Swenson, 
presented awards to senior athletes. Charms were 
awarded to those athletes who had accrued four varsity 
credits, and a certificate was issued for each credit earned. 

According to M.A.A. President Warren Thuotte, the 
following seniors had qualified, at press time, for the 
respective awards. 
CHARMS: 

John Hughes, Dick Hovey, Joseph Kudera, Marshall 
Laforet, Alfred Mazukina, Burnham Miller, Walter Morri- 
son, George Pappas, and Paul Salley. 
CERTIFICATES: 

Will Alden, Bob Driscoll, Warren Cooke, Israel Green- 
berg, Paul Dickie, Bob Firing, Bob Lemos, Frank Hennessy, 
Charles Mann, Gene Margozzi, Warren Thuotte, Malcolm 
Dillon, and Mike Sullivan. 




Intramural Touch-Football 





Intramural Softball 



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An Anxious Moment 



Officers and Board members of the Women's 
Athletic Association plan an active and varied pro- 
gram of sports. An active program? One glance 
at lower campus during the fall months revealed the 
field hockey program. The seniors captured top 
honors, an undefeated season. Again we sent a 
team to Wellesley, bringing back two wins and one 
defeat. 

While some were aiming at their opponent's goal, 
others were aiming at the target. Yes, Bridgewater 



has female Robin Hoods who develop the skill and 
steadiness of good archers. 

Along Graveyard Way, horseshoes were heaved 
by mighty members of the weaker sex, while tennis, 
oddly enough, was being played on the tennis 
courts. Hikers and bikers saw the landmarks men- 
tioned in CO. 

When the cold weather invaded, inhabitants of 
lower campus moved indoors to basketball, swim- 
ming, shuffleboard, social and square dancing. 




BOWLING 

It's difficult to tell whether the beautiful new alleys or the fact 
that bowling is now co-educational is responsible for the big turnout 
this year. Certainly, Bridgewater's Metro-Bowl is any bowler's Para- 
dise. And what Bridgewater gal will refuse an opportunity to compete 
against and bowl with the men of the college? 



WOMEN'S 



TUMBLING 

"Squash!" To most students of B.T.C. this cry 
would bring visions of pie, a popular dessert in the 
dining hall; but, to members of W.A.A.'s tumbling 
team this means fun, skill, precision, laughs and 
exercise. The tumblers build a pyramid by climbing 
on each other's back, and when the top member 
gives the signal, "Squash," there is a squish accom- 
panied by gales of giggles. It's a stunt that might 
be compared to that of the unsuccessful magician 
who pulls the table cloth out from under the neatly 
stacked dishes only to see them tumble to the floor 
in a heap. 



MODERN DANCE 

The leotard-clad members of the W.A.A. may be 
distinguished from other sports enthusiasts, at first 
by their groans of aching bones, and when that 
stage is passed, by sudden glissades and leaps 
through the air. Ardent fans may follow their prepa- 
ration in the W.A.A. dance class as apprentices for 
the Modern Dance Club, an independent group. 




Springtime is the time to oil that glove, sharpen 
your batting eyes and report to the softball field. 
After the first workout, complete with aching mus- 
cles and sore fingers, you are ready for the "play 
ball" signal. Teams are organized and softball is 
under way with competition at its highest. Win or 
lose, the games are enjoyed by all. 



For those who fear freckles, there is volleyball 
and badminton in the gym where old Sol can only 
peer in through barred windows. 

Social affairs are as much a part of the pro- 
gram and include the Supper Hike, the Gym Jam, 
the Pern Dem and the Banquet. 



TABLE TENNIS 

Paddling ping-pong balls across the table in Wood's recreation 
room is popular, and credit may be earned at your convenience. 
Tournament members record their progress on a ladder, each rung 
matched with the one above. Champs in the '49-'50 tournament are: 
First, Margaret Jenkins, '50; Second, Marie Corcoran, '51; Third, Lois 
Melville, '52, and Jean Hassett, '53. 



SPORTS 



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JUNIOR CLASS BALLOT 

Left to right: 

CLASS WOLF JAMES TOPHAM 

MOST BEAUTIFUL MARGARET BAINES 

MOST POPULAR CHESTER SMOLSKI 

BEST FIGURE AUDREY ROSHA 

MOST ATHLETIC MARSHALL DOUTHART 



SOPHOMORE CLASS BALLOT 

Left to Right: 

CLASS WOLF RICHARD MORIN 

BEST FIGURE URSULA PHILLIPS 

MOST POPULAR DOUGLAS BARROWS 

MOST BEAUTIFUL ELLEN KEEFE 

MOST ATHLETIC RICHARD STOKINGER 





FRESHMAN CLASS BALLOT 

Left to Right: 

CLASS WOLF WILLIAM HUGHES 

BEST FIGURE MARY ALICE CARRE 

MOST ATHLETIC JOHN ZOINO 

MOST BEAUTIFUL GERDA KOBER 

MOST POPULAR LEO MULREADY 



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Left to right: C. Smolski (President), D. Szafer (Secretary), P. Hart (Vice-President), 
T. Daley (Treasurer). 



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DIRECTORIES 



JUNIORS 

Apps, Veronica F 212 Old Colony Avenue, Somerset 

Austin, Phyllis A Fuller Street, Middleboro 

Baines, Margaret M 42 County Street, New Bedford 

Baker, Ralph W„ Jr Main Street, Lakeville 

Barrar, William H., Jr 2038 County Street, Somerset 

Barry, Barbara A 275 Park Avenue, Arlington 

Belcher, Allan K 179 Whitman Street, East Bridgewater 

Benz, Elizabeth E 2 Lodge Road, Belmont 

Bernier, Mary E 19 Ruth Street, New Bedford 

Blottman, Ruth E 220 Slater Street, Attleboro 

Boudreau, Leon A 167 Whittenton Street, Taunton 

Bradford, Beverley H 40 Faulkner Place, Braintree 

Bradshaw, Elizabeth A 414 Belmont Street, Fall River 

Braga, Mildred 15 Fisher Street, Taunton 

Bragg, Isabelle N 10 Bloomfield Street, Dorchester 

Cagnina, S. Daniel 3 Burlington Street, Woburn 

Cappelluzzo, Jean E 1 Hayes Avenue, Greenfield 

Carr, Marjorie E 26 Alpha Road, Dorchester 

Carter, Robert S 33 Roosevelt Road, South Weymouth 

Cedrone, C. Louis 184 West Street, Quincy 

Chaplain, Carol A 249 North Main Street, Middleboro 

Chapman, Priscilla E 110 Union Street, Holbrook 

Chase, Maude W County Road, Eastham 

Cliggott, B. Jane King's Highway, West Barnstable 

Collins, Jean M 36 Oxford Street, Arlington 

Corcoran, Marie T 6 Valley Road, Milton 

Cordingley, Ann T 98 Park Avenue, Lowell 

Corey, Virginia A 25 Harding Avenue, Belmont 

Costa, Lawrence J 26 Hale Street, Bridgewater 

Cummings, Martha E 41 Middle Street, Fairhaven 

Dadian, Margaret 815 Central Street, Lowell 

Daley, Thomas J 260 Pratt Avenue, Somerset Center 

Desjardins, G. Ralph 76 Topham Street, New Bedford 

Dinis, Rosann F 1167 Cove Road, New Bedford 

Douthhart, T. Marshall, Jr Main Street, West Falmouth 

Doyle, Beatrice M 23 Chester Street, Arlington 

Dudgeon, Faith Avcoot Road, Mattapoisett 

Dunn, Harold 161 Ash Street, West Bridgewater 

Dunn, Noreen C 26 Walnut Street, Palmer 

Dunwoodie, Janet E 6 Elm Street, Fairhaven 

Dyer, Pearl M 241 South Street, Bridgewater 

Ellis, Helen C 842 South Franklin Street, Brookville 

Ennis, John 84 McClellan Street, Amherst 

Fellini, Jacqueline A 35 Albion Street, Rockland 

Ferguson, Joanne 269 Sea Street, Hyannis 

Finnegan, William M 90 Franklin Avenue, Chelsea 

Flynn, Rita A 104 South Street, Bridgewater 

Fontinha, Rose S 85 Winter Street, Taunton 

Ford, Willard H 266 West Main Street, Avon 

Gaw, Shirley M 16 Cove Street, New Bedford 

Girard, John A 1163 Summer Street, Bridgewater 

Gleekman, Wallace 20 McClellan Street, Dorchester 

Glovsky, Charlotte 1 Erie Street, Swampscott 

Goldman, Burton D 20 Sutton Street, Mattapan 95 



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Goodhue, Barbara E. Middleboro Street, East Freetown 

Gorman, Elinor L. 41 Lakeview Avenue, South Braintree 

Gould, Doris E R.F.D. 2, Shelbourne Falls 

Goyetche, Doris J 2 Myrtle Square, Gloucester 

Green, Dorothy M 267 Talbot Avenue, Dorchester 

Gregg, Joseph B. 3 Bow Street, Taunton 

Gregory, Christopher, J 164 East Spring Street, Avon 

Hart, Margaret J 10 Chamblet Street, Dorchester 

Hart, Mary T 10 Chamblet Street, Dorchester 

Hay, Beverly R 74 Dale Street, Waltham 

Haydon, Janice N 43 Hedge Street, Fairhaven 

Hayes, Mary T. 90 Elmer Road, Dorchester 

Henderson, Ruth A 6 Thirteenth Street, Attleboro 

Heverly, Diane 436 Main Street, Hyannis 

Hicks, Henry F., Jr 452 Division Street, Fall River 

Higgins, Beatrice M 60 Summer Street, Plymouth 

Holub, Barbara A 36 Reedsdale Road, Milton 

Jackman, Barbara A 363 State Road, North Dartmouth 

James, Richard W 91 Tilton Avenue, Brockton 

Jerrard, Joseph G 20 Bevsove Street, Whitman 

Joyce, Mary T 2 Maple Park, Dorchester 

Kaplan, Carol A 142 Sutherland Road, Brighton 

Keenan, Marjorie M 39 Trapelo Street, Brighton 

Kelley, Paul F 349 North Avenue, Rockland 

Kemp, Gertrude L 11 Pine Avenue, Brockton 

La Belle, Doris E 20 Beaver Street, Brockton 

Lanthier, Raymond T 57 Tiffany Street, Attleboro 

Lemieux, Raymond C 61 Van Buren Street, Taunton 

Lindell, Beverly A Bemardston Road, Greenfield 

Lynch, Jean M 8 South Street, Randolph 

Mack, Therese P 35 Snell Street, Holbrook 

Mahoney, Jane M 182 Dean Street, Norwood 

Mansfield, Elizabeth A 53 Church Street, Cambridge 

McAdams, Alberta C 132 Central Street, Athol 

McAloon, Mary A 3 Bliss Street, Taunton 

McGee, Anne F 72 Lynde Avenue, Melrose 

McKinnon, Kathryn M 80 Homes Avenue, Dorchester 

McNeill, Barbara M 204 Clain Street, Melrose 

Messier, Barbara A 967 Commercial Street, East Weymouth 

Newell, Evelyn 13 King Phillip Street, South Weymouth 

Noonan, Jo Ann 16 Tyler Street, Lowell 

O'Donnell, Dorothy T 43 DeWolf Street, New Bedford 

Ohan, Harry Box 162 Adams Lane, Holbrook 

Olenick, Barbara T 262 Field Street, Brockton 

Olney, Elizabeth C 576 Lincoln Street, Seekonk 

Osterrrran, John A 334 Rock Island Road, Quincy 

Palladino, Joseph R 94 Second Street, Framingham 

Peach, Claire E Central Street, Foxboro 

Peebles, Virginia L 166 South Street, Walpole 

Petrie, Dorothy I 161 West Street, Ware 

Phillips, Shirley L 73 Chard Street, East Weymouth 

Pierce, Bradford 1 1263 Main Street, Brockton 

Ponder, Lois C 317 Main s,reef ' Bridgewater 

Pottern, Beverly B 170 Prospect Street, Springfield 

Powers Lois V 22 Riverside Avenue, Gloucester 

Quirk, Marie T 28 Moultrie Street, Dorchester 

Reekast, Rita M 12 Fairlawn Street, Maiden 

Repani, Marie A 27 Stone Street, Walpole 

Rooney, Jane P 89 Mountfort Street, Boston 

Rosenblatt, Barbara F 16 Morse Street, Dorchester 



Rosha, Audrey J 15 Sorrento Street, Springfield 

Rossi, Lorraine A 35 Brown Avenue, Roslindale 

Rothwell, Joan A 170 Grandview Avenue, Somerset Center 

Royce, Harriet M Main Street, Wales 

Russell, Patricia A 8 Graves Avenue, Lynn 

Sahlberg, Richard A 145 Medford Street, Arlington 

Shea, Lois E Forge Village Road, Westford 

Sirrico, Anthony F 66 South Street, Plymouth 

Smith, Virginia C 16 Pilgrim Road, Marblehead 

Smolski, Chester 198 Broad Street, Bridgewater 

Sprague, William K., Jr 123 Summit Street, Rockland 

Staupas, Ruth T 65 Intervale Street, Brockton 

Stetson, Virginia 7 South Chestnut Street, Fairhaven 

Szafer, Dorothy A 41 Ridgewood Terrace, Easthampton 

Taylor, Jeanne C 36 Wellington Street, Brockton 

Taylor, J. Kenneth 372 Johnson Street, Fall River 

Tenanbaum, Miriam 102 Belle Street, Springfield 

Tibbetts, Louise M 190 Hillside Avenue, Arlington 

Topham, James L 98 Westminster Street, Hyde Park 

Topham, Madeleine 98 Westminster Street, Hyde Park 

Torrence, Marjorie E 57 Coburn Street, Lynn 

Vaughan, Barbara 10 Franklin Street, Pittsfield 

Walsh, Albert H., Jr 234 Temple Street, West Roxbury 

Waters, Ethel 624 South Street, Roslindale 

Weiss, H. Eugene 42 Garfield Street, Greenfield 

Welch, Rose-Marie 54 Van Buren Street, Taunton 

Wentzel, Margaret 26 Elm Street, Hatfield 

Whitney, Nancy 21 Larch Road, Lynn 

Williams, Mary Lou 79 Union Street, Easthampton 

Yankopoulos, Mary 163 Grove Street, Fall River 

SOPHOMORES 

Adam, Ann Beth 290 Ridge Street, Fall River 

Anderson, Ruth A 240 Summer Street, Norwood 

Andrade, Barbara A 166 Wheeler Street, Rehobeth 

Bachand, Lorraine A 28 Harrison Avenue, Buzzards Bay 

Bqiley, George A 46 Roosevelt Road, Weymouth 

Barrows, Douglas F 71 Webster Street, Whitman 

Barton, Barbara J 48 Quincy Avenue, Quincy 

Bates, John E 69 Ellsworth Street, Brockton 

Beaton, Joan 450 Main Street, Wareham 

Beaven, Roberta J 175 New Boston Road, Fall River 

Bentley, Jean M 35 Prospect Street, Weymouth 

Bertholet, Shirley V 190 Query Street, New Bedford 

Boucher, Helen R 187 Elm Street, Southbridge 

Brady, Eileen T 110 Clinton Street, Brockton 

Breen, Janet B 26 Everett Avenue, Norwood 

Brunelle, Thomas E 105 West Spring Street, Avon 

Burke, Anne Marie 70 Tecumseh Street, Fall River 

Burke, Jean M 164 Myrtle Street, Rockland 

Cahoon, Gwendolyn 22 Pearl Street, Middleboro 

Campbell, Walter E., Jr 274 Central Street, East Bridgewater 

Cantwell, Ellen C 26 Skahan Road, Belmont 

Caron, Wilma J 265 Neponset Street, Canton 

Charest, Rita A 1655 Acushnet Avenue, New Bedford 

Chassey, Richard D 247 Park Avenue, Bridgewater 

Cooper, Robert G 56 Highland Street, Mansfield 

Corcoran, Ann E School Street, Sandwich 

Cornell, Patricia J 12 Library Street, Revere 

Crowley, Mildred J. 38 Grant Street, Taunton 



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Crowley, Rita J. 51 Dana Street, Lawrence 

Culhane, Janet G 223 North Wash Street, North Attleboro 

Cushman, Geraldine 11 Chase Avenue, Lexington 

Daley, Marguerite A. 350 Cedar Street, New Bedford 

Dallahan, Maureen C. 25 Endicott Street, Canton 

D'Amelio, Sally A 89 Sanborn Avenue, West Roxbury 

Daniels, Virginia R 14 Martland Avenue, Brockton 

Dantano, Carmela A. 11 Willard Avenue, Brockton 

Dawes, Dorothy J 480 Lebanon Street, Melrose 

Deknes, Shirley V 211 Oak Street, Bridgewater 

De Lisle, Harold F 35 Jackson Street, Taunton 

Dietlin, Andrew A., Jr. 41 North Spooner Street, North Plymouth 

Doherty, Mary Joan Cedar Street, Bridgewater 

Donahue, Barbara E. M 89 North Central Street, East Bridgewater 

Donnelly, Ruth A. 15 Park Street, Norwood 

Dounelis, Maria K 24 Hazel Street, Salem 

Dulak, Emily L 45 Jerome Street, Berkeley 

Dusseault, Alice T 7 Kurt's Place, Taunton 

Elliot, Mary T 6 Crescent Street, Medford 

Fearing, Gertrude A 521 Main Street, Wareham 

Freeland, Louise E Dudley Road, Sutton 

French, Jean G Box 351, Woods Hole 

Gaffney, Jacqueline L 16 Cyr Street, West Bridgewater 

Garvin, Kathleen E 12 Holmes Road, Medford 

Gayton, Lila M 7 Bentwood Street, Foxboro 

George, Arthur K 2 Union Park, Boston 

Gomez, Samuel 120 Marion Road, Mattapoisett 

Gorman, Virginia J 595 Harvard Street, Fall River 

Gray, Barbara L 554 Durfee Street, Fall River 

Haman, Paul E 406 Main Street, Wareham 

Harrington, Marjorie M 34 Foote Avenue, Pittsfield 

Hart, John P., Jr 68 Grinnell Street, Fall River 

Hayes, Ann F 205 Sycamore Street, New Bedford 

Herman, Rosalind A 93 Lucerne Street, Dorchester 

Hylen, Janet E 177 Nileson Street, Brockton 

James, Madeline J 450 Park Street, New Bedford 

Johnson, Richard L 28 Leyden Street, Brockton 

Jones, Carol R 65 Beaufort Avenue, Needham 

Joyce, Kathleen T 293 Forest Avenue, Brockton 

Kahn, Bernice L 173 Harvard Street, Dorchester 

Katwick, Florence M 21 Pennsylvania Avenue, Brockton 

Keefe, Ellen L 377 Archer Street, Fall River 

Kimball, Karen A 7 Norwood Street, Rockport 

King, Nancy L 18 High Street, Adams 

Lawson, Robert W 99 Carroll Avenue, Brockton 

Leconte, Amelia E 1175 Main Street, Acushnet 

Letourneau, Mary M 86 Stanton Street, Rockland 

Lincoln, William A Kenwood Drive, Rutland 

Linstead, Marie C 227 Park Street, West Roxbury 

Lorman, Carolyn E Ill Humphrey Street, Lowell 

Lyons, Rita H 15 Lyman Street, Waltham 

MacKenzie, Marjorie J 195 Sargent Street, Holyoke 

MacKerron, Miriam L 31 Wall Street, Brockton 

Madeiras, Grace E 27 Main Street, Acushnet 

Mahoney, Jean E 454 Mass. Avenue, North Andover 

Major, Esther M Trinity Avenue, Monponsett 

Manning, Betty L 1203 Longmeadow Street, Longmeadow 

Mariani, H. Louise 536 Middle Street, Braintree 

Matteson, John H 400 Plymouth Street, Bridgewater 

98 McDonald, Charles F 400 Park Street, Stoughton 



McGaughey, Katherine M 43 St. Margaret Street, Dorchester 

McGrory, Frances J 105 South Main Street, Randolph 

Melville, Lois 209 Park Avenue, South Weymouth 

Merrow, John H., Jr 15 Winter Island, Salem 

Merten, Michael J 3 Great Pond Road, South Weymouth 

Moore, Charles N., Jr 195 Pleasant Street, Bridgewater 

Morin, Richard L 14 Savery Avenue, Plymouth 

Mowbray, Patricia A 1456 Dwight Street, Holyoke 

Mulcahy, Marie E 101 Elm Street, Holyoke 

Murphy, Marian T 21 Winter Street, Norwood 

Murphy, Patricia A 113 Laureston Avenue, Brockton 

Nevirauskas, Edmund P 6 Sprague Street, Brockton 

Nobrega, Irene D 236 Park Street, New Bedford 

Nosiglia, Nancy C 180 Hersey Street, Hingham 

Nugent, Jean M 4 Parkway Street, Norwood 

Nylen, Helen E 572 Redford Street, East Bridgewater 

O'Connor, Helen P 34 Benton Road, Somerville 

O'Connor, Nancy M 159 Liberty Street, Rockland 

Olson, Arthur V., Jr 117 Phillips Street, Wollaston 

O'Malley, Virginia M 38 Rosewood Street, Mattapan 

O'Neil, Rita E 45 Phillip Street, Weymouth 

Orton, Carolyn 23 Morse Avenue, Brockton 

Owen, Alice V. Main Street, Brewster 

Paradise, Eleanor R 28 Hammond Pond Parkway, Roslindale 

Patch, M. Elaine 193 Hersey Street, Hingham 

Paul, Carol 34 Hastings Street, West Roxbury 

Peterson, Leona A 5 Garfield Street, Foxboro 

Phillips, Ursula A 30 Burtf Street, Lowell 

Piantedosi, Aida S 21 Gaudette Avenue, Brockton 

Pickett, Meredit G 94 Maple Avenue, Bridgewater 

Pinel, Carolyn 38 Fresh River Avenue, Hingham 

Pinto, Izaura 39 Deane Street, New Bedford 

Ponder, Carl Z 317 Main Street, Bridgewater 

Prairie, Roger L 427 Berkley Street, Taunton 

Raymond, Shirley A Hawley Street, Taunton 

Reilly, Marie L 11 Sheridan Street, Taunton 

Remondini, Ernest B 10 Shawmut Avenue, East Weymouth 

Ruddock, Elizabeth L 47 Herschel Street, Lynn 

Russell, Patricia-Ann 8 Graves Avenue, Lynn 

Salami, Elizabeth A 83 Forest Hills Street, Jamaica Plain 

Sanborn, M. Patricia 545 Cohannet Street, Taunton 

Schofield, Joyce M 48 Pearl Street, Watertown 

Shaughnessy, Joan M 319 Park Street, New Bedford 

Shea, Alice M 15 Quincy Street, Methuen 

Sherman, Jean Cushman Road, Rochester 

Shore, Elaine C 568 Essex Street, Lynn 

Simmons, Marjorie L 3 Miriam Road, Brockton 

Soares, Claire E 26 Park Place, South Attleboro 

Sokol, Rodel G 7 Murray Street, Chelsea 

Sprang, Jane B 103 Burnside Avenue, Brockton 

Stevens, Kathleen M 43 Cedar Street, New Bedford 

Stokinger, Richard H 99 Weymouth Street, Holbrook 

Sullivan, Mary T 42 Norwell Road, Dedham 

Sykes, James, Jr 590 Shawmut Avenue, New Bedford 

Tate, Shirley A 199Vs East Main Street, Gloucester 

Tete, Frances M 4 Darling Street, Nantucket 

True, Lois A Milestone Road, Nantucket 

Tubbs, Jean S 280 Sandwich Road, Plymouth 

Updegraph, Nancy E 51 Oakside Avenue, Brockton 

Van Bael, Eleanor J 58 Fletcher Street, Roslindale 



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Veilleux, Arthur G , 132 Euclid Avenue, Lynn 

Verre, Francis R 232 Sandwich Street, Plymouth 

Werme, Margery A. 160 Glendale Road, Quincy 

Whalon, William F. 58 Peckham Street, Fall River 

Whiting, Raymond F. 193 Belmont Street, Brockton 

Whittemore, Martha A Lincoln Road, Lincoln 

Wilson, Marion C 392 Plymouth Street, Abington 

Wynot, Ruth A 34 Monadnock Street, Dorchester 

Zemmel, Eileen 15 Southern Avenue, PittsField 

FRESHMEN 

Almquist, Verdia A. 17 Ryder Street, Quincy 

Anderson, Ruth Q. 240 Summer Street, Norwood 

Andrade, Barbara R 362 Linden Street, Fall River 

Antonakos, Charles G. 150 Adams Street, Dorchester 

Balthazar, Muriel A 278 East Street, Chicopee 

Beaulieu, Margaret C 2873 Highland Avenue, Fall River 

Bennett, O. Francis Tispaquin Street, Middleboro 

Benson, Katherine T 22 Sheldon Street, Milton 

Bielski, Edward J 635 Fisher Road, North Dartmouth 

Bissell, Joyce M St. James Avenue, West Groton 

Boisselle, Armand P 5 Benjamin Street, Haverhill 

Bump, Phyllis I Pinehurst Drive, Wareham 

Burke, Ann M 41 Holbrook Avenue, Brockton 

Cahill, George W 109 Bellevue Road, East Bridgewater 

Carre, Mary A 34 Parish Street, Needham Heights 

Cellini, Diana M Mt. Blue Street, Norwell 

Chace, Arthur M 145 Plain Street, Swansea 

Clarke, Nancy L 19 Hatch Road, West Medford 

Connor, Allison B 271 Plymouth Street, Bridgewater 

Corkum, Jeanne M 127 Warren Street, Fitchburg 

Costa, Virginia G 68 Washington Street, Taunton 

Curran, Francis P 27 Baldwin Street, Mattapan 

Daly, Carol F 10 Pleasant Street, Dorchester 

Daly, Mary E ,.. 46 Manton Street, Fall River 

Dermody, Lois A 114 North Main Street, Uxbridge 

Desmond, Ann M 84 Webb Street, Weymouth 

Devlin, Barbara E 9 Allyn Terrace, Lawrence 

Diamont, Joan J 16 Harkaway Road, North Andover 

Dodero, Francis R 154 Summer Street, Brockton 

Doherty, Joan M 726 Washington Street, Abington 

Doyle,. Mary P 59 Smith Avenue, Somerset Center 

Drew, Dorothy F 413 Park Street, New Bedford 

Duffy, Deborah A 864 Robeson Street, Fall River 

Dumoulin, William F 45 Jackson Street, Taunton 

Ead, Joan E Bedford Street, Concord 

Egon, Lars K 54 Gilbert Road, East Weymouth 

Ellis, Evelyn M 188 Blue Hills Parkway, Milton 

Emery, Priscilla J 15 Judkins Center, Merrimac 

Fagan, Mary E 36 Dennison Avenue, Framingham 

Fernandes, Odelia 112 Eugenia Street, New Bedford 

Ferriter, Edward F 128 Main Street, Westfield 

Fiola, Irene B 18 Landing Road, Kingston 

Fitzgerald, James W., Jr 10 Center Street, North Raynham 

Fitzmaurice, Willard 9 Richdale Avenue, Everett 

Fitzpatrick, Constance H Pleasant Street, Plympton 

Fletcher, Ralph J 357 Whipple Street, Fall River 

Fortier, Barbara M. J. 28 Ames Street, Brockton 

Fowler, Jean 55 Rural Avenue, Medford 

Gagne, Raymond H Union Street, Norton 



Gasper, Vivian E 314 Commercial Street, Weymouth 

Gay, Harold M 80 North Street, Middleboro 

Gnecco, Joan A 147 Washington Street, Arlington 

Gnong, Lois C 135 Oar Street, North Abington 

Golden, Claire M. 14 Wilson Avenue, Wollaston 

Gouldrup, Beverly A 110 Menlo Street, Brockton 

Gustin, Alice M 134 Market Street, Brockton 

Hall, Maureen A 19 Waldo Street, Brockton 

Hall, Nancy L 26 Meadowbrook Road, Needham 

Harbeck, Denise M 2 Taber Street, Fairhaven 

Hassett, Jean F 44 Weld Hill Street, Jamaica Plain 

Healey, Patricia A 187 North Pearl Street, Brockton 

Hesford, Edward L Freeman Street, Norton 

Hickey, Mary F 477 Broad Street, Weymouth 

Hills, Mary H Box 209, Hydnnis 

Himmelfarb, Vera 117 Beaumont Avenue, Newtonville 

Holmes, Howard J., Jr 20 East Main Street, Avon 

Housman, Arthur C 6 Park Street, Turners Falls 

Hughes, William F 570 West Street, West Quincy 

Jenkins, Marjorie Barbies Landing Road, Pocasset 

Johnson, Barbara A 22 Clifton Street, Attleboro Falls 

Katz, Henry M 878 Second Street, Fall River 

Kearns, Janet M 51 Richmond Street, Weymouth 

Kelley, Joan A 38 Perry Avenue, Stoughton 

Kelley, John E 55 Ocean Street, Quincy 

Kelly, Robert S 183 Porter Street, Stoughton 

Keohone, Marie F 74 Faxton Road,, Quincy 

Kijanowski, Mildred B 12 Saunders Road, Norwood 

Kilmain, Joanne F 205 Exchange Street, Millis 

King, Marilyn A Hill Street, Norton 

Kirby, Jeanne S. 37 Wingold Street, fall River 

Kirshen, Edna C 85 Deering Road, Mattapan 

Kula, Lucille C 59 Park Street, Taunton 

Ladetto, Marilyn S 564 Slocum Road, North Dartmouth 

Laflamme, Constance M 60 Clifford Street, New Bedford 

Lancaster, Judith A 52 Washington Street, Newburyport 

Leavitt, Phoebe A Bedford Street, Elmwood 

Leonard, Patricia R 40 Nye Road, Falmouth 

Le Vasseur, Maurice W 42 Shores Street, Taunton 

Lovett, M. Timothea 372 Grove Street, Fall River 

Lundquist, Joan F Kendall Road, Holden 

Lymberis, Lola A 424 Whipple Street, Fall River 

Lyons, Mildred M 90 Baillett Street, Brockton 

MacElhiney, Shirley A Main Street, Lancaster 

Mackun, Stanley 539 Center Street, Middleboro 

Makin, Patricia M 137 State Road, North Dartmouth 

Malinowski, Joan 28 Arnold Road, North Attleboro 

Mark, Edward F 36 Main Street, Bridgewater 

Martenson, Phyllis L 56 Liberty Street, Hanson 

Marzelli, James, Jr 52 South Street, Bridgewater 

Mattison, Ruth L 65 Park Road, Brockton 

Maxwell, Roberta M Shore Acres, Wareham 

McCaigue, Phyllis C 36 Jefferson Street, Lynn 

McCauley, Carleton F Mill Street, Myricks 

McRae, Ann E 320 Court Street, Brockton 

Mello, Jean E 455 Bedford Street, New Bedford 

Mendelson, Sumner E 123 Mount Vernon Street, Maiden 

Menice, Richard M 465 Ralph Talbot Street, South Weymouth 

Messias, Doris F 42 Billings Street, North Quincy 

Messier, Dorothy J 967 Commercial Street, East Weymouth 

Middleton, Anne V 3 Sixth Street, Attleboro '01 



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Milligan, Nancy E 215 Harvard Street, Whitman 

Minerva, Antonietta C 27 William Street, Brockton 

Morey, Donald J 628 Washington Street, Abington 

Moriarty, Barbara A 50 Pearl Street, North Abington 

Moynihan, Catherine A. 3 Huntington Place, Brockton 

Mullaney, Margaret A 1320 President Avenue, Fall River 

Mulready, Joseph L. 28 Taunton Avenue, Rockland 

Newell, Marion R. Village Street, Millis 

Nichols, Ronald S 39 July Street, Lowell 

Noyes, Ann K Bay Road, Duxbury 

Oberlander, Jean M 58 Thomas Street, Dedham 

O'Brien, Leonard F 82 Lawrence- Street, Canton 

O'Neil, Barbara Off Winter Street, Duxbury 

O'Rourke, Gerald J., Jr 15 Monadnock Street, Dorchester 

Patterson, Barbara A 74 Trowbridge Street, Arlington 

Perra, Malcolm R 878 Bay Street, Taunton 

Pickard, H. Stuart 6 Roel Street, Randolph 

Pietraszek, Janina V. 207 Palmer Street, Fall River 

Rand, Joan M 95 Manthorne Road, West Roxbury 

Rattray, Mary A. M Weston Street, Buzzards Bay 

Reagan, Anne E Washington Street, Assinippi 

Reidy, Marilyn B Depot Street, East Wareham 

Richards, Robert E 17 Overlook Avenue, Brockton 

Risi, Guido J 51 Merrymount Road, Quincy 

Rocha, Theresa A 165 Fair Street, New Bedford 

Rowe, Harriette 30 Maple Avenue, Bridgewater 

Ruddock, Carol L 47 Herschel Street, Lynn 

Salomon, Paul 63 Jackson Street, Taunton 

Sample, Anita J 547 Pleasant Street, Brockton 

Schofield, Beverly 16 Elizabeth Street, Attleboro 

Scully, Jo-Ann E 16 Rosemont Road, North Weymouth 

Sheldon, Sharon Lee 20 Bradfield Avenue, Roslindale 

Skinner, Nancy A 29 Thaxter Avenue, Abington 

Slade, Patricia A 148 Winthrop Street, Taunton 

Smerdon, Marilyn H 209 Washington Street, Taunton 

Smith, E. Sheldon, III 58 Bank Street, Attleboro 

Snell, Beverly Elm Street, Assonet 

Souza, Francisco R., Jr Banner Avenue, North Westport 

Streeter, Lucy M Northfield Road, Bernardston 

Sullivan, Mary L 18 Frank Street, Middleboro 

Terry, Jean C Mill Street, Assonet 

Thomas, Beverly A 435 Temple Street, Whitman 

Thomas, Wayne E 85 Torrey Avenue, Brockton 

Thompson, Harry M., Jr 124 Pond Street, South Weymouth 

Tufts, Lawrence W 1196 Summer Street, Bridgewater 

Twichell, Sallee Laurel Street, Athol 

Twomey, Mildred A 304 North Ealsx Street, West Bridgewater 

Unsworth, Jane E Summer Street, Rehoboth 

Valliere, Lucien A 49 Water Street, Hyde Park 

Ventura, Frank G Carver Street, Raynham 

Wallace, Richard A 10 Rice Road, Cochituate 

Watroba, Raymond 53 "L" Street, Turners Falls 

Weygand, George A 79 Van Buren Street, Taunton 

White, Anne B 67 Plain Street, Taunton 

White, Patricia A 233 West Street, Elmwood 

Williams, Virginia A 397 Spring Street, North Dighton 

Wilson, Eleanor J Boston Post Road, South Sudbury 

Wittig, Barbara A 10 Harrison Street, Taunton 

Young, Carol E Williston Road, Sagamore 

Young, Joan Forge Village Road, Westford 

Zoino, John E 79 Ellsworth Street, Brockton 





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